Eva in the press this week
30 July 2012
This week new Artec scanner Eva was featured in two popular German publications: the biggest IT news sticker Heise
. Another article was published in SparPoint
. The story is based on the interview which Artec president Artem Yukhin gave to the correspondent of this American publication.
Eva on the pages of CAD NEWS
27 June 2012
Articles about Artec’s new scanner keep coming up in a variety of IT publications. This time Eva was featured by a German professional B2B magazine CAD NEWS which reports on current technological developments and achievements. Read more
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Artec on Turkish TV
15 May 2012
Turkish television company “tv.arsivi
” has broadcast a program dedicated to advanced Artec technologies used by the Turkish police. The program explains how, using 3D scanners, the police can receive data directly from the scene of a crime and input them into a computer for subsequent operations. Read more
Artec scanners at the Technishow
9 April 2012
Dutch magazine Aandrijven & Besturen has published an article about Technishow and about its acquaintance with the company 4C, an authorized reseller of Artec in the Netherlands. According to Else Rappard, office manager of the company, the exhibition was a great success. "We demonstrated a wide range of 3D services, such as the ZW3D CAD / CAM, 3D printing equipment from Solido, and Artec scanning systems".
Artec on GamesTV Russia
21 March 2012
It’s a small world! When our office neighbors, GamesTV Russia
, an online portal for the latest computer games, movies and gadgets, bumped into us in the hallway, we got to talking. The result of our little chit-chat was an exclusive program dedicated to Artec 3D scanning technologies. You can watch it here in Russian. Read more
Artec and RevXperts present RevX FreeScan™
27 February 2012
Artec Group and RevXperts GmbH jointly work in the field of 3D scanning and measuring for industrial engineering. Their cooperation has recently led to a new product called RevX FreeScan™. This device facilitates quick 3D scanning of large surfaces. It composed of a handheld scanner, developed by Artec Group and an infrared tracker from RevXperts GmbH.