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Leading manufacturer of 3D scanners, Artec 3D offers new deals for businesses and users with a limited budget, facilitating easy introduction to the world of 3D scanning.
Luxembourg, November 15, 2016 – Artec 3D, a developer and manufacturer of professional 3D hardware and software, unveils several special offers on its scanner and modeling software, including a $4,400 discount on the Artec Eva Lite 3D scanner, bringing its price down to $9,800. The company also announces new prices for its Eva Lite educational bundles for colleges and universities, in addition to discounts on upgrading to Artec Studio 11 software. Artec’s newest deals ensure easier access to advanced 3D technology for numerous markets, including the healthcare field as 3D scanners are extensively used in medicine. For example, Artec’s scanners can be used to make prostheses of legs or to measure changes in facial tissues. Discounts on Artec Eva Lite and the educational package are valid starting November 15. Artec Studio software can be upgraded at special prices until December 31, 2016.
Artec Eva Lite: Color-free 3D scans in high quality
Eva Lite is an affordable entry-level version of the handheld white-light 3D scanner, Artec Eva. It features the same accuracy specs, but with reduced functionality such as geometry only tracking and data capture, not color. An object therefore needs to have rich geometry for a 3D scan, such as the human body. The new offer makes Eva Lite a great option for clinics with a limited budget or anyone interested in purchasing a professional yet affordable 3D scanner. If the user wants to get the full functionality and usability of their 3D scanner at a later point, they can easily upgrade to Eva on the Artec 3D website.
Artec Eva Lite available to educational institutions as part of new price package
The new educational package makes it easier than ever for schools and universities to provide students with professional 3D scanners. The price offer for educational institutions encompasses Eva Lite and 20 licenses of the Artec Studio 11 software. Users will also receive a two year warranty on the scanner and two years of free software upgrades to ensure access to the latest versions and features of Artec Studio, when released. From November 15 on, the package is available not only for use in classrooms, but for any kind of academic work. In order to receive the package, users must agree to publicly share a description of how the scanners are being used on the school or university website to highlight the capabilities of Artec’s technology.
Artec Studio 11: Reduced prices for upgrading to software with a range of automated features
Artec 3D introduced the new Artec Studio 11 3D object software in June 2016, boasting many automatized features, such as the Autopilot data processing mode, which enables even beginners to create high-quality 3D models. The 3D modeling software leads you through data processing by asking a few simple questions about the characteristics of the object scanned and the required type of 3D model. Artec Studio 11 automatically deletes unnecessary data, aligns scans and chooses the most efficient 3D algorithms to fuse them – all with just one mouse click. The result is a highly precise 3D model of the same quality as if created by an experienced user. In addition, the software can accurately remove the base an object was scanned on, such as the floor or rotating table. This function is particularly useful for larger projects as it can save up to 30 minutes of processing time.
From now until the end of the year, users of the older versions of Artec Studio 9 and 10 looking to upgrade to the newest software version qualify for special pricing. The standard price of $1,450 for a lifetime license upgrade to Artec Studio 11 has been reduced to $1,200 and $600 for those currently using Artec Studio 9 and Artec Studio 10, respectively.
Further information about special offers is available at https://www.artec3d.com.
About Artec 3D
Artec 3D is an international company, headquartered in Luxembourg, with subsidiaries in the United States (Palo Alto) and Russia (Moscow). Artec develops and produces innovative 3D solutions. The company has a team of professional experts in the collection and processing of 3D surfaces as well as biometric facial recognition. Artec’s products and services are used in many industries, such as engineering, medicine, media and design, entertainment, fashion, historic preservation, security technology and more.
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