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10 06, 2024

Freeform Plus – StructureFX – 2 Minute Tuesday

By |2024-06-10T15:35:46-04:00June 10th, 2024|Categories: 2 Minute Tuesdays, 3D Scanning, 3d Scanning & Reverse Engineering, CQTV, Freeform Plus|Tags: , |0 Comments

  Freeform Plus – StructureFX In this week's 2 Minute Tuesday, we delve into the StructureFX tool in Oqton’s Freeform Plus. The StructureFX tool enables the user to algorithmically generate complex clay structures that would otherwise be extremely difficult or virtually impossible to create using other clay modeling methods.

20 05, 2024

Freeform Plus – Closed and Open Curves for Detailing Clay-2 Minute Tuesday

By |2024-05-20T15:18:18-04:00May 20th, 2024|Categories: 2 Minute Tuesdays, 3D Scanning, 3d Scanning & Reverse Engineering, CQTV, Freeform Plus|Tags: , |0 Comments

  Freeform Plus – Closed and Open Curves for Detailing Clay In this week's 2 Minute Tuesday, we examine the use of closed and open curves for detailing clay models in Oqton's Freeform Plus

8 05, 2024

Introducing Freescan Trak Pro 2 – Metrology-grade Scanning of Large Objects

By |2024-05-10T08:49:20-04:00May 8th, 2024|Categories: 3d Scanning & Reverse Engineering|0 Comments

The Freescan Trak Pro2 is a portable optical coordinate measuring system, designed to scan and measure large objects, reaching an accuracy of 23 microns. Reliability of accuracy is achieved through acceptance testing conformance to the VDI/VDE 2634 Part 3 Standard. This testing was conducted in an ISO 17025 accredited Laboratory, assuring users of fast, reliable, and accurate part scans. With two (2), five MP, industrial-grade cameras using 25 crosses (50 blue laser lines) enabling extremely [...]

29 04, 2024

Freeform Plus – An Alternate Method for Designing a Foot-Ankle Orthotic- 2 Minute Tuesday

By |2024-04-29T14:11:05-04:00April 29th, 2024|Categories: 2 Minute Tuesdays, 3D Scanning, 3d Scanning & Reverse Engineering, CQTV, Freeform Plus|0 Comments

  Freeform Plus – An Alternate Method for Designing a Foot-Ankle Orthotic In this week’s 2 Minute Tuesday, we explore another method for producing a foot-ankle orthotic. This time we will be using a different modeling tool in Oqton’s Freeform Plus than in our last video.

26 04, 2024

Freeform Recreates a 2,000-year-old Face

By |2024-04-26T08:28:46-04:00April 26th, 2024|Categories: 3D Printing / Additive Mfg, 3D Scanning, 3d Scanning & Reverse Engineering, Freeform Plus|0 Comments

Almost two millennia ago, a man in Roman Britain was executed by crucifixion. His skeleton was discovered in 2017 in Cambridgeshire, England. And now, thanks to the expert work of forensic imaging specialist Joe Mullins and Oqton’s Freeform software, we can see his face. Mullins is a professor at George Mason University in Virginia in the United States. He also works for the forensic imaging unit of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. [...]

8 04, 2024

Freeform Plus – Creating a Foot-Ankle Orthotic from a Human Scan- 2 Minute Tuesday

By |2024-04-08T16:47:14-04:00April 8th, 2024|Categories: 2 Minute Tuesdays, 3D Scanning, 3d Scanning & Reverse Engineering, CQTV, Freeform Plus|0 Comments

  Freeform Plus – Creating a Foot-Ankle Orthotic from a Human Scan In this week's 2 Minute Tuesday, we explore how to design a foot-ankle orthotic using the scan of a human leg and Oqton's Geomagic Freeform Plus.

11 03, 2024

Freeform Plus – Setting and Changing Clay Coarseness- 2 Minute Tuesday

By |2024-03-11T15:30:52-04:00March 11th, 2024|Categories: 2 Minute Tuesdays, 3D Scanning, 3d Scanning & Reverse Engineering, CQTV, Freeform Plus|0 Comments

  Freeform Plus – Setting and Changing Clay Coarseness In this week's 2 Minute Tuesday, we will continue to explore the tools within Oqton's Freeform Plus, this time focusing on clay coarseness.

5 03, 2024

The Virtual Edge Deviation Tool

By |2024-03-05T09:13:11-05:00March 5th, 2024|Categories: 3d Scanning & Reverse Engineering, Metrology Minute|0 Comments

This blog post will discuss how to use the Virtual Edge Deviation Tool in Control X. It is often necessary to extract virtual edges of a part to compare them to the actual CAD model’s edge to ensure a part is within spec. Depending upon the resolution of the scanner, the sharp edges of a scanned part may be somewhat rounded or chamfered. Consider the requirements of checking the outer edge of the part shown [...]

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