GoMeasure3D Celebrated 17 Years in Business with Community

Published on October 3, 2016. Written by: Tangie Motley

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For over 17 years, our team has been helping businesses, academic institutions, and organizations all across the United States find the right 3D technologies to improve work efficiency and product quality. Advanced 3D technologies have great potential to transform the way we work.

On September 27, we hosted our first ever Open House to celebrate our 17th year in business. We had a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark this special milestone, followed by live demonstrations of 3D scanning and 3D printing in action. It was an honor for us to share this special time with our community.

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Our open house had a great turnout. We had the opportunity to demonstrate some of our technologies to local businesses and our community.
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Darryl Motley, president of GoMeasure3D (second from the left), shared his knowledge and experience in the 3D scanning and measurement industry.
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We demonstrated the Artec handheld 3D scanner by creating a digital 3D model from a fossil. 3D scanners are great as measurement tools for in-depth analysis, or for digital archiving and preserving collections into digital format.
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We demonstrated the HDI Advance R4x to show the level of detail and accuracy a 3D scanner is capable of capturing from a physical object.
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We created souvenirs made from the AXIOM 3D printer for our guests.

We want to thank everyone who came out to this event and especially those who have supported us over the years. We look forward to helping more people transform the way they work using advanced 3D technologies!

Photo Source: Top photo was taken by Amherst County Chamber of Commerce. Other photos were taken courtesy of Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance


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