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Research Study Used 3D Scanning to Monitor Growth Rate of Living Corals

Published on April 5, 2016

3D scanning technology has been proven valuable in scientific research due to its ability to capture high accuracy measurements of specimens in great detail. This is the first study that used 3D scanning to monitor the growth rate of LIVE corals without harm.

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GoMeasure3D Features Artec 3D Scanners and Axiom 3D Printers at Design-2-Part Show

Published on March 22, 2016

GoMeasure3D team will be exhibiting at the Southeast Design-2-Part Show held in Atlanta, GA to showcase the latest 3D scanning and printing technology for improving process efficiency and product quality.

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Special Deals on Rapid Prototyping Packages (Limited Time Only)

Published on March 12, 2016

We’re excited to announce the introduction of the Airwolf Axiom 3D printers to our product line. To celebrate this milestone, we are offering special deals on rapid prototyping packages to help you improve the efficiency of your product design and development process.

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Speed Up Your Reverse Engineering Process with SpaceClaim 2016

Published on March 2, 2016

SpaceClaim 2016 has a new Skin Surfacing tool added to the reverse engineering workflow. The tool enables users to be more effective in organic modeling, even for highly complex freeform shapes.

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3D Technology Filled in Missing Pieces to Enhance the Museum Experience

Published on February 26, 2016

Learn how 3D emerging technologies—3D scanning, 3D modeling to 3D printing—provided a new perspective on an exhibition to enhance the museum experience.

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Animating Exploded Assemblies and Creating Assembly Lines in SpaceClaim

Published on February 16, 2016

Our team recently discovered an add-in for SpaceClaim that animates exploded assemblies.

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Olympic Medalist Designs Hybrid Boat With Reverse Engineering

Published on February 9, 2016

Learn how Fabien Lefevre teamed up with GoMeasure3D using 3D scanning and reverse engineering technologies to engineer a new type of boat for his upcoming races.

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