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Altem Technologies to supply US-based Artec's 3D scanners in India

Globally, 3D scanners are widely used in automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical, heritage preservation, archaeological and various other engineering R&D entities

BS B2B Bureau  |  Bangalore 

Artec’s Eva and Spider 3D scanners

Technologies, one of the leading players in 3D printing technology and product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions in India, stepped up its presence in the 3D arena with the expansion of its product portfolio with
 
The Luxembourg-based Group develops and manufactures that analyse real-world objects and gather data on shapes, which is then used to create a 3D physical replica. offers the only handheld scanners that are lightweight, precise, and able to capture objects quickly, in high resolution and vibrant colour. Technologies will be reselling both product lines from Artec, namely and 3D scanner models.
 
“With inclusion of to our existing Systemes’ PLM solutions and product portfolio, becomes the only organisation in India to offer complete 360 3D solutions for modelling, 3D scanning and 3D printing. In fact one can have a complete 3D experience at our demo center in our Bangalore headquarters,” said Srinivas Shastry, Director (Technical), Technologies.
 
“This addition brings in a great synergy to our product portfolio. The recent trends in the industry show that 3D scanning is continually improving and there is a huge demand for 3D scanning. With services like reverse engineering, rapid prototyping and quality inspection, 3D scanning makes it suitable for usage in almost every vertical. The enhanced efficiency, affordability, faster & accurate results are some of the advantages & offerings of this technology,” said Prasad Rodagi, Founder - Director, Technologies.
 
scanners provides fast, accurate scanning in colour and requires no markers or calibration. It digitises objects quickly in high resolution and vivid colours, offering almost unlimited application possibilities. Globally, are widely used in automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical, media & entertainment, heritage preservation, archaeological and various other engineering R&D entities.

First Published: Fri, October 17 2014. 18:12 IST
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Altem Technologies to supply US-based Artec's 3D scanners in India

Globally, 3D scanners are widely used in automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical, heritage preservation, archaeological and various other engineering R&D entities

Globally, 3D scanners are widely used in automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical, heritage preservation, archaeological and various other engineering R&D entities Technologies, one of the leading players in 3D printing technology and product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions in India, stepped up its presence in the 3D arena with the expansion of its product portfolio with
 
The Luxembourg-based Group develops and manufactures that analyse real-world objects and gather data on shapes, which is then used to create a 3D physical replica. offers the only handheld scanners that are lightweight, precise, and able to capture objects quickly, in high resolution and vibrant colour. Technologies will be reselling both product lines from Artec, namely and 3D scanner models.
 
“With inclusion of to our existing Systemes’ PLM solutions and product portfolio, becomes the only organisation in India to offer complete 360 3D solutions for modelling, 3D scanning and 3D printing. In fact one can have a complete 3D experience at our demo center in our Bangalore headquarters,” said Srinivas Shastry, Director (Technical), Technologies.
 
“This addition brings in a great synergy to our product portfolio. The recent trends in the industry show that 3D scanning is continually improving and there is a huge demand for 3D scanning. With services like reverse engineering, rapid prototyping and quality inspection, 3D scanning makes it suitable for usage in almost every vertical. The enhanced efficiency, affordability, faster & accurate results are some of the advantages & offerings of this technology,” said Prasad Rodagi, Founder - Director, Technologies.
 
scanners provides fast, accurate scanning in colour and requires no markers or calibration. It digitises objects quickly in high resolution and vivid colours, offering almost unlimited application possibilities. Globally, are widely used in automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical, media & entertainment, heritage preservation, archaeological and various other engineering R&D entities.
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Altem Technologies to supply US-based Artec's 3D scanners in India

Globally, 3D scanners are widely used in automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical, heritage preservation, archaeological and various other engineering R&D entities

Technologies, one of the leading players in 3D printing technology and product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions in India, stepped up its presence in the 3D arena with the expansion of its product portfolio with
 
The Luxembourg-based Group develops and manufactures that analyse real-world objects and gather data on shapes, which is then used to create a 3D physical replica. offers the only handheld scanners that are lightweight, precise, and able to capture objects quickly, in high resolution and vibrant colour. Technologies will be reselling both product lines from Artec, namely and 3D scanner models.
 
“With inclusion of to our existing Systemes’ PLM solutions and product portfolio, becomes the only organisation in India to offer complete 360 3D solutions for modelling, 3D scanning and 3D printing. In fact one can have a complete 3D experience at our demo center in our Bangalore headquarters,” said Srinivas Shastry, Director (Technical), Technologies.
 
“This addition brings in a great synergy to our product portfolio. The recent trends in the industry show that 3D scanning is continually improving and there is a huge demand for 3D scanning. With services like reverse engineering, rapid prototyping and quality inspection, 3D scanning makes it suitable for usage in almost every vertical. The enhanced efficiency, affordability, faster & accurate results are some of the advantages & offerings of this technology,” said Prasad Rodagi, Founder - Director, Technologies.
 
scanners provides fast, accurate scanning in colour and requires no markers or calibration. It digitises objects quickly in high resolution and vivid colours, offering almost unlimited application possibilities. Globally, are widely used in automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical, media & entertainment, heritage preservation, archaeological and various other engineering R&D entities.

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