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Discover Artec AI-led 3D scanning at the AM for Production expo

| Brabanthallen (‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands)
AM for Production 2023

What: AM for Production
Where: Booth 101, Brabanthallen, ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands
When: March 29, 2023

No longer limited to design and prototyping, 3D printing continues to come on leaps and bounds as a full-on manufacturing tool. If you’re interested in discovering more about this industrial shift, which is not only seeing additive manufacturing take hold, but other Industry 4.0 technologies like 3D scanning gain traction, it’s worth visiting AM for Production.

For one day only, the event is set to provide manufacturers with all the guidance they need to implement each step in the 3D printing workflow. Attendees will also get the chance to network with prospective partners, ranging from material and peripheral suppliers to emerging start-ups in the industry, and the builders of high-end 3D printers, one-to-one.

Over the event’s 7.5-hour schedule, participants can not only expect to wander the trade show floor and connect with exhibitors but harness the insight of 3D scanning and 3D printing experts. One of the most anticipated presentations will be delivered by the director of Artec Ambassador 4C Creative ​​CAD CAM Consultants Edwin Rappard, who will explore how AI is revolutionizing 3D scanning.

Elsewhere at the show, the Artec 3D Gold-certified partner plans to showcase the entire range of Artec 3D scanners. As such, visitors will get a chance to see Artec Leo, the world’s first wireless, AI-driven 3D scanner, in action. As well as delivering exceptional speed, the device’s AI works to only capture the data you need, in a way that minimizes any time required for scan cleanup.

Attendees can also get hands-on with Artec Eva, a lightweight, versatile 3D scanner that’s ideal for quickly creating textured models, as well as Artec Space Spider, a device capable of capturing objects in incredibly high resolution, with a 3D point accuracy of 0.05mm.

Those interested in large-scale scanning should head to 4C’s booth to check out Artec Ray, a LiDAR system designed to capture from a range of up to 110 meters. On the flip side, if you’re after a microscale reverse engineering, quality control, dental, or jewelry scanning solution, it’s worth taking a look at the 10-micron accuracy Artec Micro the 4C team plans on displaying there.

More on the exhibition can be found on the AM for Production website. Alternatively, if you’re interested in attending, you can register for free here.