Join our experts as they highlight the many useful ways 3D scans can be leveraged and review the available tools for the job. This is an overview of what is possible with 3D scan data, so we’ll avoid deep dives.
Get ready for a highly comprehensive overview of numerous scanners and related tools, their respective suitability for a broad range of applications, and how to choose the right software for the job.
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Matthew is an Applications Engineer who specializes in 3D scanning and reverse engineering. After receiving his degree in mechanical engineering, he used his knowledge for rapid prototyping and machine design. Now, he focuses on creating high-quality detailed meshes for reverse engineering, as well as implementing quality control using metrology grade scanners.
3D Scanning Product Manager
Ian Sayers leads 3D Scanning Operations & Services at Hawk Ridge Systems. He spends most of his time helping companies choose and implement 3D scanning systems and related processes. Before coming to Hawk Ridge Systems, he worked as a 3D printer repair technician and CAD application engineer before transitioning into 3D scanning in 2014. His hobbies include blacksmithing and Mayan epigraphy.