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3D Scanners

Artec MH™ Artec MH™ 3D resolution, up to:  0.5 mm
Weight:  1.4 kg / 3.1 lb
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Artec brings art home 7 March 2012 Artec brings art home Have you ever wanted to bring fine arts closer to your living room? Wouldn’t it be great if you could stroll along a virtual museum while lounging on your sofa? Or even get yourself an authentic miniature replica of your favorite sculpture? With Artec now you can!
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Artec creating awards 9 January 2012 “And the winner is…” - these words generate a whole lot of excitement all over the world. In Russia specialists use Artec to preserve historical excavation findings, while in Japan our L scanner helps create small statues for trophies and awards.
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Two is sometimes better than one 7 December 2011 Two is sometimes better than one With the first snow starting to fall, it’s best to cuddle up in front of a fireplace. Recently, Artec employees found themselves in front of one but instead of cuddling, they scanned it. The idea was to replicate the masterpiece so that more people could warm up in front of beautiful fireplaces. Playing on the strength of Artec MH and S scanners, they produced an exact 3D model of the ornamented fireplace.
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3D Scanner - a valuable accessory for a CNC machine 1 June 2010 Read an article about how Artec scanners are a great complement to a CNC machine.
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Applications

Reverse Engineering

Production processes often involve obtaining blueprints and CAD models based on a single part or fitting. On occasion, in moulding, for example, there may be a need for an associated part to be produced.

Artec 3D Scanner makes the process of Reverse Engineering significantly easier. First, the scanner generates a 3D model of the part, then, it uses specialized applications (such as Geomagic, Rapidform etc) to generate a CAD model based on an existing polygonal grid. Software that comes supplied with the scanner allows users to save 3D models in a number of widely used formats, which makes it considerably easier to transfer data between applications.

Most commonly used models: Artec S, Artec MH, Artec M, Artec L

Reverse Engineering

Insurance

Experts at insurance companies can use Artec technology to gather and store 3D images of damaged vehicles. This helps them carry out a detailed study and deliver a more precise assessment of the nature and causes of an accident.

Most commonly used models: Artec MH, Artec MHT, Artec L

Insurance

Press

3D Scanner - a valuable accessory for a CNC machine 1 June 2010 Read an article about how Artec scanners are a great complement to a CNC machine.
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