Artec3D Scanning: Exact Metrology Works with Reading Historical Society to Preserve First World War I Monument in the US

All hardware, software, and labor were provided to the Reading Historical Society for this project by Exact Metrology, although 3D printing was performed by a third party (upon delivery of an .stl file) since Artec3D’sspeciality is in scanning only. Mesh repair may be a concern for some 3D scanning projects on this scale, but Chris Lafferty, of Artec Sales & Support at Exact Metrology, explained to 3DPrint.com that because they use Artec Studio 13 software along with Geomagic Wrap, any mesh issues are corrected easily.

 

All hardware, software, and labor were provided to the Reading Historical Society for this project by Exact Metrology, although 3D printing was performed by a third party (upon delivery of an .stl file) since Artec3D’s specialty is in scanning only. Mesh repair may be a concern for some 3D scanning projects on this scale, but Chris Lafferty, of Artec Sales & Support at Exact Metrology, explained to 3DPrint.com that because they use Artec Studio 13 software along with Geomagic Wrap, any mesh issues are corrected easily.

 

To read the full article: https://3dprint.com/236187/artec3d-scanning-exact-metrology-works-with-reading-historical-society-to-preserve-first-world-war-i-monument-in-the-us/

 

For a demo on Artec scanners or to learn more, contact us at dpd@jackys.com

Artec3D Scanning: Exact Metrology Works With Reading Historical Society To Preserve First World War I Monument In The US

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