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Drumroll please…! Artec Studio 14, the newest version of Artec’s versatile scanning and post-processing software is here, and it’s undeniably the best thing that has ever happened to your 3D scanner!
Since the very first version of Artec Studio came out more than a decade ago, our dedicated, and ever-growing team of experts has been developing new tools and features to give you a seamless 3D scanning and post processing experience, and the new Artec Studio 14 is guaranteed to do just that. The latest release brings out the best in your Artec 3D devices, including the new Artec Ray, Leo and Micro 3D scanners. New 3D modeling tools, smart 3D data interaction, enhanced Autopilot, and many other features are sure to take your 3D scanning and post-processing game up to the next level. Artec Studio 14 will save you time, money, and boost your productivity to the max. Click here for a full rundown of what’s new in Artec Studio 14.
Of course, none of this would be possible without the support and feedback of our valued Artec Studio users. We are eternally grateful for your comments, suggestions, and of course, your ongoing loyalty. And though the price of our professional software went up, due to our expanding investment in time and resources for its development, to express our gratitude and appreciation for our steadfast users, we are giving all of our existing subscription customers the unique opportunity to renew their Artec Studio subscriptions at the former rate before December 31st, 2019. There is no limit to the length of the subscription you can purchase, but make sure you place your order before the end of the year to take advantage of this limited time offer. To find out more and make a purchase, please contact your reseller, or send our sales team a message at email@example.com.
Thank you for being part of the Artec 3D family. Happy 3D scanning!
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