See how Artec 3D scanners are used in Additive Manufacturing at TCT 3Sixty
On the 8th and 9th of June this year, attendees from various spheres of industry converge on the city of Birmingham to attend what organizers are calling the UK’s most influential 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing event. The aim of TCT 3Sixty is to give participants a better appreciation of the potential of AM technologies by exhibiting the range of technology available, and its real-world applications in different stages of design, manufacturing, and engineering.
Central Scanning Limited, our gold-certified partners and ambassadors in the UK, will be at the event to showcase our professional 3D scanners. Be sure to visit the Artec booth (Hall 9, stand G30) and interact with these highly skilled and accomplished engineers. They will demo our high-precision devices and share in-depth insights on their use in 3D scanning and digitization, whether it’s in R&D, design, production, maintenance, quality control, and many others. Have a chat about your specific application and see what Artec 3D scanners can do for you.
Artec Ray, Leo, Eva, Space Spider, and Micro will feature at the event. These powerful scanners have been used to create 3D models of objects as small as a 10 mm screw, to entire buildings and airplanes, all with extremely high precision and without the need for targets or reference spheres.
Artec Ray is a long-range scanner with laser technology best suited for large objects like wind turbines, ship propellers, airplanes, and buildings. With submillimeter precision, Artec Ray can scan up to 110 m away — that’s a whole football field’s length, and change!
Artec Eva and Space Spider are two of Artec 3D’s handheld scanners. They are high-precision, portable 3D scanning solutions for small to mid-sized objects. Eva is great for things like motorcycle exhaust systems, measurements of the human body, or furniture, to name a few.
Artec Space Spider is based on blue-light technology, and is perfect for capturing small objects with intricate details, like a cylinder head if you are in the auto industry, coins, or even a human ear.
Artec Leo, our fastest professional handheld 3D scanner yet, comes with real time, on-screen 3D model projection and processing, an inbuilt touch screen and battery, and can capture both large and small objects wirelessly.
And finally Artec Micro, an ultra-high-precision, metrology-grade desktop 3D scanner, ideal for extra small objects with complex and intricate surfaces. The scanner has up to 10 microns accuracy. Micro has automated data capture. Once your object is set up, click once and the scanner does the rest.
There’s lots more to dive into – wireless capabilities, scanning resolutions, combining data from different scanners, and much more. So do make sure you head over to our booths and find out what these devices can do for you, whatever industry you might be in.