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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. The latest version of Artec Studio is faster and more feature-packed than ever before. Here's a brief rundown of what’s inside:
Bridges - lets you smoothly fix holes and gaps in your 3D scans exactly as you choose, with an intuitive set of tools that offers you easy, pinpoint-level control of the repair process
Dynamic Auto Brightness - gives you perfect levels of brightness during previews and scans, even with challenging lighting conditions and dark/light objects
Texture Mapping – now with an 800% boost in speed, your scans will be ready when you need them, which means FAST
Export to SOLIDWORKS and AutoCAD - for exporting unlimited numbers of open and closed contours and reverse engineering simple shapes
Glare Removal - uses a PBR-based algorithm to delete any unwanted glare, saving you precious minutes and even hours of editing time
One-Click Positioning - now with one click, your 3D object will always be in the same position when opening the file
As if that’s not enough, there’s also Enhanced Autopilot, Streamlined Registration, Sound Notification, Sequence Animation, and much more!
And of course Artec Studio 14 supports the full line of Artec scanners - that means Micro, Eva, Space Spider, Leo, and Ray
For further information about what's new in Artec Studio 14: https://www.artec3d.com/3d-software/artec-studio#whats-new
Special upgrade pricing
For current users of Artec Studio 12
Upgrade to AS 14 = 2400 USD (usual price 2900 USD)
For current users of Artec Studio 13
Upgrade to AS 14 = 1200 USD (usual price 2900 USD)
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