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3D scanning with the Artec Space Spider from Start to Finish

Final full-color model of an egg mcmuffin

In this video we are going to be scanning a McDonald’s egg McMuffin from start to finish using the Artec Space Spider and Artec Studio software. The Space Spider is a high-resolution 3D scanner based on blue light technology. It is perfect for this application because…

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3D scanning tech tip: hole filling options in Artec Studio

Hole filling watertight option

Hole-filling is good practice when creating a good-looking mesh. It’s essential for 3D printing because, without a “watertight” mesh, the printing software won’t know what to print. For reverse engineering, some holes are ok if you have sufficient data to extract the geometry you need….

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Top 10 New Features in Artec Studio 16

Artec Studio 16

As much as we love our Artec 3D Scanners, the real magic of Artec’s technology comes from their software. Every year, Artec introduces performance improvements and new features that blow us away, giving us faster and more powerful tools while capturing more data than ever…

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How to 3D print files from 3D scan data using Artec Leo and Stratasys J55

miniature Cory 3D printed from scan on the J55

3D printing realistic prototypes is easier than ever before. Using the right technology can help bring your ideas to life quickly and easily! In this demonstration video, we use the Artec Leo, Artec Studio software, and the J55 3D printer to make a realistic miniature…

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Design to Manufacture of a Custom Gauge holder (Part 2 of 3)

In my previous blog post for this series, I covered how I used an Artec Eva 3D Scanner along with Artec Studio software to capture the vent area of my Toyota MR2 for the purpose of mounting an oil pressure gauge. With a fused mesh…

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Design to Manufacture of a Custom Gauge holder (Part 1 of 3)

Gauge

The Design Problem For the past ten years, I have owned and “wrenched” on a Toyota MR2. I originally bought the vehicle to have a fun car which looked good, and use to race at local Autocross events. After a few years racing in these…

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