A subway railway cars manufacturer needed to conduct a dimensional inspection/verification. The objective was to validate the position of some fiber glass finishing part holders.
The inspection was to be carried out with a Faro arm type portable CMM, in an indoor finishing bay. Because the inspection results generated by this type of device are directly [...]
By: Louis-Étienne Bouchard-Pouliot
For this time, I’d like to go with a personal experience. I’m just back from Dassault Systemes Consumer Conference in Orlando, FL (DSCC 2009) followed by the VAR Symposium and coincidentally, most of the time, discussions were leading to 3D Long Range Scanning. Just take a look at three subjects that were discussed and one [...]
Why should I refrain from writing about 3D technology? Well…maybe because I’m no engineer nor technician?…But see, over the 3½ years that I’ve been working at Creaform, the marketing gal that I am got to ask all the questions possible about 3D, with the end results that I did become somewhat knowledgeable and [...]
By: Patrice Parent
I just completed what is probably my largest benchmark project so far. I had to fly “down” to the South Pacific where I met up with Ricardo Mauer from Metronom Pacific (one of Creaform’s local agents) to take measurements on boats that measure 50m+ in length. Our scanners are relatively small (I had a MAXscan, [...]
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