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3D Scanners

Artec MHT™ Artec MHT™ 3D resolution, up to:  0.5 mm
Weight:  1.6 kg / 3.5 lb
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Artec S™ Artec S™ 3D resolution, up to:  0.2 mm
Weight:  1.6 kg / 3.5 lb
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News

Artec welcomes a year of Dragon 22 January 2012 Artec welcomes a year of Dragon It seems like not long ago, we raised our glasses to the sound of popping champagne corks to celebrate the beginning of a New Year. But just around the corner is another Chinese New Year – the year of the Dragon. In honor of that, we have scanned a dragon statue, which made its way into the Viewshape 3D model gallery for iPhone.
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Artec digging deep in Moscow 10 October 2011 One of Artec’s projects earlier this year will let you travel back to the time of the Tsars. Together with the Moscow Department of Cultural Heritage fundamental Russian history was preserved.
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CAD Magazine feature article 1 December 2009 Merge Multiple Shots With the 3D-scanner from Artec you can scan a face, a limb, or a complete human body, but also digitalize technical, archaeological and art objects accurately. Make 3D-models with 3D-scanner and VX CAD/CAM These technical or organic forms can be copied quickly in any desired material. Edwin Rappard from 4C tells you about it.
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Artec's US distributor 7 September 2009 Exact Metrology, Inc. (Cincinnati, OH) has added the Artec3D Scanner to its metrology product offerings. The hand-held Artec3D Scanners require no mounts or markers, and they are said to be suitable for a variety of applications including computer graphics and animation, medical imaging, archiving, and prototyping. Exact Metrology offers a range of complete Artec3D Scanner systems, including hardware, software, and training, starting at about $15,000.
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Applications

Archives and catalogues

The Artec 3D Scanner can be used to make copies of items found in the course of archaeological or palaeontological work, such as fragments of ceramics or bone. This means databases can be set up and made accessible to researchers.

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

Archives and catalogues

Restoration

Restoration of interiors and entire buildings means reproducing missing features of the decor. This means obtaining exact 3D copies of features of sculpture, architecture, stucco ornaments or fragments of antique furniture. Artec 3D Scanners enable users to carry out these tasks with ease and concentrate on producing the items needed in order to restore the original look.

Most commonly used models: Artec MHT, Artec L

Restoration

Virtual museums

3D copies of sculptures, bas-reliefs, haut-reliefs, painting frames and interior decor captured by Artec 3D scanners lend an extraordinary authenticity to virtual exhibitions. Now any museum in the world can make its collection accessible to millions of people through a computer screen and, in addition, can draw the public’s attention to items that may be held in a museum’s vault due to lack of display space.

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

Virtual museums

Press

CAD Magazine feature article 1 December 2009 Merge Multiple Shots With the 3D-scanner from Artec you can scan a face, a limb, or a complete human body, but also digitalize technical, archaeological and art objects accurately. Make 3D-models with 3D-scanner and VX CAD/CAM These technical or organic forms can be copied quickly in any desired material. Edwin Rappard from 4C tells you about it.
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Artec's US distributor 7 September 2009 Exact Metrology, Inc. (Cincinnati, OH) has added the Artec3D Scanner to its metrology product offerings. The hand-held Artec3D Scanners require no mounts or markers, and they are said to be suitable for a variety of applications including computer graphics and animation, medical imaging, archiving, and prototyping. Exact Metrology offers a range of complete Artec3D Scanner systems, including hardware, software, and training, starting at about $15,000.
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