Reverse engineering

Catering to a wide variety of 3D scanning applications in multiple industries, Artec 3D constantly develops and improves 3D scanning solutions that are perfect for use in fast prototyping and reverse engineering. Our highly precise handheld 3D scanners are a fantastic solution that allows both new and experienced users to effortlessly capture the required data in no time at all, whatever the application. Portable, lightweight and easy to use, our professional handheld 3D scanners are guaranteed to improve your workflow and provide accurate results every time, saving you both time and money.

Product design
Customisation
3D documentation
Artec Eva™
Artec Spider / Space Spider
Marinebedrijf Koninklijke Marine

The Netherlands
Artec Eva™
Central Scanning, Delcam

United Kingdom

Industrial design and manufacturing

Developing new product designs, taking the measurements of objects with complex geometry or automating workflow at manufacturing facilities used to take days or weeks to complete. Now 3D scanning technology can be used for these kinds of applications. You can use Artec 3D scanners to quickly capture just about any industrial object, from a small mechanical part to a turbine, with astonishing accuracy. The resulting 3D model can then be exported to a variety of CAD & CAM programs and from there gauged and modified to improve the product’s design and performance or integrate it into a new production system.

Quality control
Rapid prototyping
Aerospace
Artec Eva™
Thames Water

United Kingdom
Artec Eva™
Willman Industries Inc.

United States
Artec Spider / Space Spider
NorNet

Norway
Artec Eva™
Artec 3D

Russian Federation

Healthcare

Designing customized prosthetic and orthotic devices requires real precision and paying close attention to the patient’s individual anatomy. This is one of the many healthcare applications, for which Artec 3D scanners prove to be indispensable tools. They are successfully used to produce quick and accurate scans of the body or body parts, even if the person moves about a little during scanning. Artec scanners use structured light and pose no risk to the health of the person scanned. They easily capture the geometry of the body and don’t need any reference targets to be attached to the patient’s body.

Orthopedics
Prosthetics
Plastic surgery
Custom wheelchairs
Artec Spider / Space Spider
Royal Hospital for Sick Children

United Kingdom
Artec Eva™
Akdeniz University in Antalya

Turkey

Science and education

Universities, colleges and laboratories are embracing 3D scanning as a powerful tool that allows students and researchers to study artifacts in greater detail than ever before without risking damaging them. The world’s leading museums also use Artec 3D scanners to digitize artifacts and create online galleries, facilitating access to their collections for art specialists and academics no matter where they are based. Unlike the original objects that can be seen only from behind the glass at museums where they are exhibited, their 3D copies can be easily viewed from any angle and in different resolutions.

Research
Training
Online museums
Forensics

Art and design

3D scanning opens up limitless possibilities for artists of any kind, enabling them to translate their most fantastic ideas into reality. The technology drives forward the movie industry and video games – many stunts and visual effects would be difficult or even impossible to bring off before the advent of 3D scanning. Artec has perfected the technology to produce 3D scanners that have become the preferred choice for making top-grossing Hollywood blockbusters, such as World War Z, Terminator Genisys, Jurassic World and many more. In addition to helping create new pieces of art, Artec also takes care of ancient artifacts and monuments by digitizing them in 3D to preserve their exact copies for posterity as the objects themselves may disintegrate over time.

Heritage preservation
Architecture
CGI
Fashion
Artec Eva™
White House

United States
Artec MH™ -> Artec Eva™
Legacy Effects

United States
Artec Eva™
Second Chance Games & Visual Effects

United States
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