The company’s portable 3D scanners powered by VXelements offer unmatched surface quality
Lévis, September 6, 2012 – Creaform, leader in 3D portable measurement solutions, will be introducing next week version 2.0 of VXelements, the proprietary data acquisition software that powers its entire fleet of portable 3D measurement devices.
The Creaform technologies actually draw their measurement power from exclusive and advanced surface reconstruction software algorithms that have undergone major improvements. Based on the concept of intelligent measurement, Creaform’s technologies and software deliver a very accurate high density set of points, in real time and without noise.
All types of 3D scanners combined (white light, laser, etc.), Creaform’s portable 3D scanners offer the best-in-class surface quality, which translates into accurate and high resolution data. Ultimately, users are provided with 3D models that are the closest possible to the actual part.
Where to see VXelements 2.0 in action?
Visitors at the International Manufacturing Technology Show 2012 on September 10-15 in Chicago can come by Creaform’s booth (E-5647) to see VXelements’ new and improved capabilities and features showcased with the Creaform 3D scanners. Moreover and for the first time in America, we will be introducing our brand new line-up of MetraSCAN 3D optical CMM scanners and the C-Link functionality.
Creaform develops, manufactures and sells 3D portable measurement technologies and specializes in 3D engineering services. The company offers innovative solutions that cover the entire range of 3D applications, including 3D scanning, reverse engineering, quality control, non-destructive testing, product development and simulation. Its products and services are intended for industries such as the automotive, aerospace, consumer products, heavy industries, health care, manufacturing, oil & gas, power generation and research & education.
Creaform has developed and sells the Handyscan 3D portable, self-positioning 3D scanners, along with the HandyPROBE optical portable CMM and the MetraSCAN 3D optical CMM scanners. The company also offers an intuitive photogrammetry device: the MaxSHOT 3D optical coordinate measuring system.
The company employs more than 300 people worldwide, and has offices in Lévis, Montréal, the United States, France, Germany, China, India and Japan. The company’s head office and Quebec-based offices are 9001 : 2008 ISO certified.