4/24/2013

Software Tool/3D Scanner Combo Captures Objects for 3D Printing

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3D Systems’ Go!Model is a reverse engineering and design tool developed in partnership with Creaform specifically for Creaform’s Go!Scan 3D portable scanner.

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3D Systems’ Go!Model is a reverse engineering and design tool developed in partnership with Creaform specifically for Creaform’s Go!Scan 3D portable scanner. The combination of software and scanner enables users to capture physical objects and directly model designs for 3D printing.

Powered by 3D Systems’ Rapidform platform, the software tool offers mesh editing capabilities with automatic NURBS surfacing utility and functionality that is specifically tailored for use with the Creaform scanner. Other Go!Model capabilities include scan editing and optimization, automation of frequently used scan processing steps, and intelligence such as decimation. 

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