Artec 3D scanners & quality control

Fitness test for water pipes

Thames Water use Artec Eva to map corrosion on cast iron pipe samples

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President Obama in 3D

U.S. President Barack Obama was scanned with Artec Eva to make the first ever presidential portrait in 3D

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Artec 3D scanners & CGI

Recreating dinosaurs in Jurassic World

Artec scanner creates the most true to life dinosaurs ever to be seen on screen

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Artec scanners
& Quality control

Eva cast in starring role at leading foundry

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St. Cloud State University

Creates next-generation virtual learning experience

Spider and AS 10 expand university’s reality capture capabilities.

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News

The precious relic was 3D scanned before and after restoration. Then, measurements of the two 3D models were taken and compared against each other in order to check whether restoration was duly done.

Thousands of lifelike dummies are being used for medical training in the UK and around the world.

Each woman is 3D scanned for her measurements, after which the ultimate customized bra is created for her.

With a full 3D model of the dinosaur skull, visitors and students are able to view the CU Museum of Natural History’s most popular exhibit despite coronavirus closure.

3D scans of the vehicle enabled precise front wing development, increasing the car’s straight line and cornering speeds.

This detailed statue of Guanyin was captured in its entirety, for preservation and in case of damage, prior to it being relocated from its current location for land development.

The British Museum needed a faster, more flexible method than traditional photogrammetry to digitally capture more than 400 ancient Maya casts for the Google Maya Project, and so they chose Artec Eva, a high-resolution color 3D scanner.

High-precision 3D models created with Artec 3D scanners and software have served as a starting point for designing customized protective masks, gel pillows, and portable air filtration systems.

A high-profile cultural preservation project called for the use of a 3D scanner to digitally capture a 680-year-old set of bronze doors for the purpose of creating exact replicas for public exhibit.

Scan, create a 3D model and perform essential scan-to-CAD operations all in one software

Amid the Covid-19 outbreak, medical equipment has been in short supply for many hospitals. Led by a surgeon in Paris, a new operation was launched: to 3D print more medical supplies on demand, with the Artec Space Spider 3D scanner for the rigorous quality control needed.

A 15-meter vertical pipe on an FPSO (floating production storage and offloading) vessel operating off West Africa was fractured and required urgent replacement to maintain production.

A sports R&D company digitally captured a range of professional racing bikes in high-resolution 3D for use in creating an extremely aerodynamic racing bike.

Newly accredited Artec 3D Gold Partners span 25+ countries

A sports-focused R&D company chose 3D scanning for creating custom, perfectly-fitting aerodynamic skinsuits for cyclists of all levels.

To help you replicate your office or school desk as closely as possible for the foreseeable future, we’re offering an extra Artec Studio WFH license to anyone who has an existing Artec Studio Professional license.

On August 23rd, Glasgow, Scotland will host an event sponsored by Artec 3D that’s focused on promoting the development of various methods of recovering complete 3D scans from partial captures.

We’re excited to announce that Artec Leo has done it again, this time grabbing the Gold in the 2020 Edison Awards Applied Technology category (Subcategory: AI UX (User Experience)).

The global phenomenon of Covid-19 has disrupted lives around the world, with none of us any the wiser on how long more we’ve got to go. Had your travel plans canceled and your events postponed? We know the feeling.

Using Artec Eva to reverse engineer landing gear doors for a classic 1950s plane.

Using Artec Eva scans to explore the faces of people with facial paralysis, combining the medical industry, art, and technology for a deeper understanding.

A professional racing team needed to find an effective way to reverse engineer high-performance auto parts within tight deadlines, making modifications as needed, in designs as well as materials.

Artec Leo’s breakthrough 3D capture technology propels it to the Edison Award shortlist.

Combination of Artec 3D scanners and 3D Systems’ Geomagic software provides a flexible and complete 3D solution for equipping students with unique, in-demand skills

An Artec Ambassador specializing in metrology solutions scanned a squirrel skull with Artec Micro to test the automated desktop scanner’s abilities.

In the city of Delft, The Netherlands, a designer works with Delft University to recreate 17th-century Chinese porcelain and produce new work based on centuries-old designs.

World-famous auto customizer West Coast Customs teamed up with Marvel Studios to transform a Lexus LC 500 into an unforgettable theme car for the movie Black Panther.

An Artec Gold Reseller demonstrated how to quickly and easily 3D scan the underside of a Volvo XC90 and redesign the car's exhaust system in CAD software.

Starting 15 November and until the end of 2019, you can upgrade to Artec Studio 14 at a very attractive price. If you’ve been thinking about upgrading, there’s no better time than right now.

A world-famous video game developer needed a way to create lifelike high-poly 3D models quickly and precisely for their multiplayer military first-person shooter (FPS) game.

Multistage manufacturing can introduce uncertainty and process deviation that lead to inaccurate end part results. Corrective investigations are difficult, unless a systematic approach with the proper tools is used.

The world's most productive ongoing source of Ice Age fossils needed to digitally capture bones from dire wolves, sabre-toothed cats, ground sloths, mammoths, and more, quickly and easily.

A leading forensic anthropologist needed a way to 3D scan bones, skeletons, and entire death scenes quickly, with a minimum of post-processing work.

The world's most famous auto customization shop turned to 3D scanning to speed up workflows, increase accuracy, and open the door to new creative possibilities.

Using a phone or tablet users can remotely scan large objects with submillimeter accuracy, ideal for reverse engineering, construction, inspection and product design

A UK charity focused on helping children with brain-related neurological conditions needed to create custom riding helmets using 3D scanning and printing.