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For many years now, one of the key players in the ultra-dynamic field of 3D printing has been the aerospace industry. When it comes to dreaming up and creating cutting-edge solutions for military, industrial, or commercial applications, with the tightest standards for precision and durability, aerospace leader Lockheed Martin has been at the apex of advancements in the arena of additive manufacturing. With its more than 100,000 employees worldwide, the company has placed a serious focus on 3D printing, including core facets such as rapid prototyping, tooling, as well as both special and regular production.
On May 15, 2019, Artec will be showcasing its professional 3D scanners at Lockheed Martin’s 3D Printing Expo. Stop by our booth at the show and see for yourself the newest member of the Artec scanner family: the Artec Leo. A revolutionary, fully-wireless 3D scanner, Leo charges ahead of the pack with its onboard automated processing, built-in battery and touch screen, where you can watch your scan appear in real-time, and much more. With enough power and mobility for any project you can imagine, big or small, Leo gives you the freedom to scan for hours on end. Ideal for scanning medium to large-sized objects, Leo has been a top choice from east to west in manufacturing, education, science, and other spheres.
For applications demanding the highest levels of accuracy, the Artec Space Spider has been a market leader. Also on display at the expo, this lightweight professional scanner has proven itself countless times in reverse engineering, product design, rapid prototyping, and more. Space Spider captures even the finest of details together with extremely complex geometries, and with its ergonomic design, you’ll see for yourself why scanning experts vigorously recommend it for the most challenging of small-object digital captures.
Artec Ray is another member of the Artec 3D professional scanning family to be highlighted at the expo. This long-range (up to 110 meters!) 3D scanner excels at capturing large objects including ships, planes, and even skyscrapers, all with submillimeter accuracy. Portable, quick to set up, and begin scanning, Ray is a hands down choice for reverse engineering, construction, architecture, cultural heritage preservation, and more.
Also at the show will be the highly acclaimed Artec Studio software, which lets you easily turn your scans into beautiful and detailed 3D models that export straight over to CAD/CAM software, including Geomagic Design X. Be sure to inquire at the booth about special bundles.
Space Spider can be paired with an optional battery pack for hours of scanning freedom without any extra power source.
See you at the Lockheed Martin 3D Printing Expo!
When: May 15, 2019
Where: 1111 Lockheed Martin Way, Sunnyvale, CA