3D scanning is an increasingly popular technology, especially when it comes to reverse engineering. In this blog, I outline why 3D scanning solutions are making their way into companies, their relationship with reverse engineering and how you can incorporate this technology in your design workflow.
Our Q&A blog series looks at different members of our team and their perspective on the most current 3D printing and SOLIDWORKS CAD technology. This month’s Q&A features Juan Carlos Gandiaga and 3D Scanning.
March 22, 2017
Not only did TriMech receive a new Stratasys' F170 3D printer earlier this month, but our Knoxville office just unboxed a handheld 3D scanner from our solutions partner, Artec 3D.
Watch the unboxing of the Artec Space Spider 3D scanner here:
We continually witness the impact of 3D printing on the way that products are designed, engineered and manufactured after every new printer installation. Recently, several customers have expressed additional interest in 3D scanning systems. Our goal is to help answer those questions and work with industry partners to determine if 3D scanning is the right solution based on specific applications. This blog post addresses how high-resolution data can help businesses make better decisions to improve cost efficiency and time to market.