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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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Ka'ana Machine

BC startup Ka’ana Wave uses support from SOLIDWORKS to help bring unique surfing machine to market

At a Canadian startup in North Vancouver, SOLIDWORKS CAD tools are making waves. Javelin customer Ka’ana Wave Co. has designed and built a wave machine that can be installed in an existing body of water or new custom build, such as a community swimming pool. To produce a wave for a surfer, the Ka’ana machine…

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3D scan of player clothing for video game using Artec Space Spider

Canadian video game developer uses handheld Artec 3D scanners to capture real world items and enhance the player experience

In Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, a team of gifted video game developers is creating authentic gaming experiences for discerning players around the world. It’s the home of Javelin customer HB Studios, which has shipped 51 game titles and contributed to another 20. Just released in August 2020 is PGA TOUR® 2K21, a high-end golf simulation game….

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3D printing aviation components

Aviation Case Study – Step 3 – 3D Printing Aviation Components

In the third and final step of this case study, our Professional Services team walks us through the process of 3D printing the landing gear doors for Michael Shuler’s 1955 Falco airplane. If you missed the first two steps, make sure to catch up on the first two videos in the series; Part 1: Reverse…

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Solving The Hook Debate using a 3D Scanner and SOLIDWORKS

Solving “The Hook Debate” with a 3D Scanner and SOLIDWORKS Simulation

This case study seeks to find the answer to a common question: Which way should you affix a hook to your fence so it can properly handle the load of a hanging flower basket? Javelin’s Application Engineer; Colin Murphy CSWE, takes us to his backyard to put “The Hook Debate” to rest using an Artec…

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Artec Leo in action

Integrating old and new: a step-by-step guide in using 3D technology for custom automotive parts

When Javelin’s Rob Greer needed to add a few little luxuries to his recently acquired 1969 Chevrolet Suburban pickup truck, he knew exactly how to go about it: 3D printing a custom automotive part. The truck, nicknamed “The Burb,” required a few updates. Rob wanted to replace the two seats, which were not original, and…

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