All hardware, software, and
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/
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