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Additive manufacturing tooling

TriMech Panel: Emerging Trends in 3D Engineering

TriMech’s key Manufacturing Solutions Consultants, Rich Annino, Conner Janeteas and Ricky Shannon, will approach the subject on how we envision the role of 3D printing, part design, and 3D scanning tools in the near future.

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virtual sonography labs at Camosun College

Artec Eva 3D scanner inspires virtual labs that help Camosun College students learn from home

In a time of remote learning and physical distancing, Camosun College in Victoria, British Columbia used its in-house technology and expertise to keep students engaged and learning. Students in two of its specialized technical programs,…

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F900 installed at ICAMP

Javelin partner ICAMP is northern Ontario’s leader in applied research and 3D printing expertise

As the frontrunner in industrial technology skills and equipment in Northern Ontario, the Innovation Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Prototyping (ICAMP) is living its vision to help businesses of all sizes bring quality products to…

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Desktop 3D Scanning

Fully automated desktop 3D scanning with the Artec Micro

Explore the features of the Artec Micro a fully automated high accuracy industrial desktop 3D scanner, that creates ultra-precise scans in one click. Learn more about metrology-grade 3D scanning suitable for quality control and precision…

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3D Scanning Demonstration

Artec 3D Scanning Process Demonstration

In this presentation 3D Scanning Product Manager Cory Green demonstrates the end-to-end process of 3D scanning an object to produce an accurate 3D CAD model. The object used for this demo is an automotive control…

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Artec Space Spider in use at UTM Anthropology department

University Anthropology Dept. uses Artec 3D Scanner to turn lab specimens into 3D models for virtual learning

Learn how the University of Toronto anthropology department invests in an Artec 3D scanner to help create 3D models for virtual learning for anthropology, archeology, paleontology, and forensic science studies.

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