Creaform, a worldwide leader in portable and automated 3D measurement solutions, has announced that it will be exhibiting at EMO Hannover 2019, from 16 - 21 September, 2019 at booth # 6B71. EMO Hannover is the world’s premier trade fair for the metalworking industry.
During the show, Creaform will feature its entire line-up of ergonomic 3D scanning solutions and scanning software for product development, manufacturing, testing and automated quality control, including the new HandySCAN BLACK, the company’s metrology-grade 3D scanner for all phases of the manufacturing process, and the MetraSCAN 3D-R, a robot-mounted optical 3D scanner that is part of its automated quality control inspection suite.
“The stakes have never been higher for manufacturers in the metalworking sector in order to slash production cycle times and improve quality, especially with high-precision parts,” explained Marc-Antoine Schneider, Creaform’s EMEA Territory Manager. “Event attendees will be able to get hands-on demonstrations of our 3D scanners, which not only offer unmatched accuracy and reliability—even on complex, reflective, contoured and dark-colored parts—but also unprecedented speed and ease of use for users of all levels.”
Creaform has a long-standing expertise in assisting quality and production process managers implement metrology equipment in their closed-loop manufacturing systems. Schneider continued: “Creaform’s 3D scanning and quality control solutions can be used for a variety of applications, including product design and benchmarking, reverse engineering, fast prototyping, virtual assemblies, production and inspections. We understand the distinct needs of advanced manufacturers and will continue to develop holistic metrology solutions to help them transform 3D data into transformative, impactful action.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/product-news/27062019/creaform-to-exhibit-at-emo-hannover-2019/
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