Artec 3D high-performance scanners at the Technology for Automotive show in Veldhoven

A cornerstone industry such as automotive is an ideal candidate for development of revolutionary techniques based on new technologies. Among those technologies, 3D scanning has risen up to become an essential facet, with significant time saving benefits and efficient new applications in design, engineering, and quality control.

Technology for Automotive 2019, taking place in the Netherlands on the 29th of October, is a recognized event with the aim of connecting and inspiring attendees at an international level with the latest developments in the industry, possibilities for professional interactions, and learning from best practices and expertise, with planned attendance from everyone including suppliers to OEMs to material specialists and others. 4C, an Artec 3D Ambassador, will be present to showcase the latest solutions for professional 3D scanning in the automotive industry.

At their booth, be sure to take a look at the new Artec Leo, the latest handheld 3D scanner from Artec 3D. This scanner allows users to create 3D scans with the push of a button. With a powerful built-in computer together with a touchscreen, Leo shows you the 3D model of your scan in real-time, simplifying the process to the max. Not only is Leo so easy to use that anyone can make a 3D scan, but it also offers pristine results in both accuracy and capture speed. The perfect device to meet any industrial scanning application with total autonomy.

You can also ask for a demo of Artec Space Spider, an ultra-precise 3D scanner designed to digitally recreate the smallest parts with breathtaking accuracy. Its design makes it easy to scan multifaceted geometries and intricate details without the inconvenience of placing targets. Space Spider excels in many fields, such as industrial design, quality inspection, digital reconstruction, and data analysis, aspects of industry where accuracy and efficiency are critical. An ideal solution for small automotive parts.

4C are also happy to show you Artec Ray, a laser 3D scanner capable of capturing large objects such as planes, buildings and the interiors of a factory with ease. This professional laser scanner can capture data with submillimeter precision, which makes it a prime choice for reverse engineering and quality control tasks. Ray is perfectly fit to be used outside in daylight and can even capture texture. It performs a 360-degree scan at up to 110m from the object.

The last scanner being showcased at the booth is the venerable Artec Eva. This lightweight handheld 3D scanner has been used in a vast range of applications while delivering remarkable results. Whether for reverse-engineering or industrial design, Eva has consistently been a market leader in the field, opening up new opportunities and possibilities for businesses. Highly versatile, precise, and easy to use, this 3D scanner is a must for anyone looking for a high-end solution at an affordable price. Eva can be used to scan small to large objects, ranging from machine parts to cars, and will deliver stunning 3D models that are easily imported to the 3D editing or CAD software of your choice.

While you visit the Technology for Automotive 2019 event, don’t hesitate to drop by Booth 10 to get all the information you need to discover for yourself new solutions. See you there!

When: October 29

Where: Booth 10, Mikrocentrum, Run 1115, Veldhoven, the Netherlands