https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/qp432btpke?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 How to Choose the Right 3D Scanner In this episode we will help you navigate this landscape of 3D scanning technologies and determine how to choose the right 3d scanner and which specs to look for based on your company's needs.
https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/yizf1f9u6u?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Nespresso Pod Holder – Final Assembly Our team used a combination of reverse engineering, additive, and subtractive technologies to develop this truly unique, Nespresso Pod Holder functional design.
https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/b5q83vcq5s?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Variscan Pico 3D Scanner This new Variscan Pico 3D Scanner from Cimquest is a stationary, light based scanner. It can scan parts with extreme accuracy and enough resolution to capture very tiny features, such as very small holes and crisp part edges.
https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/e4m9co601l?embedType=async&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 Cimquest Scanning Products & Services At ADS 2019 we revealed our new scanning products from Shining 3D and Variscan. These solutions can be used for metrology and reverse engineering.
Working with a U.S. based scanner and software development company, Cimquest is proud to introduce the Variscan line of light-based, metrology grade, stationary scanners. There are several models of the Variscan scanner, each powered by the powerful AEOS software. They all possess unique capabilities in the scanning world. For example, each scanner can use structured white light and can switch light source to red, green or blue, depending on the surface to be scanned as different light sources work better at acquiring different surface textures. Additionally, each scanner can use monochrome metrology camera lenses yet through software, can capture color [...]
https://cimquesttv.wistia.com/medias/x8atizuz16?embedType=iframe&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640 By analyzing trends you can obtain insight as to how dimensions and tolerances are varying from part to part, and can then make decisions as to when corrective action needs to be made.
This post is Part 3 of the topic: Leverage and import organic shapes into CAD and today we will introduce you to Generative Design. In previous posts, we briefly discussed the value of having the ability to capture organic shapes for use in CAD design. To illustrate this process, scanned our engineer’s hand and then integrated that scan into CAD in order to design a rotating Nespresso Pod holder. Now, we will finalize the CAD design phase by using Fusion's Generative Design, to assist us during the model creation process. By now, the Nespresso pod holder is almost complete. The [...]