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RAPIDFORM 3d software PDF Print E-mail

This 3d software has a line of programs for 3-dimensional modeling, reverse engineering, inspection, CAD correction, cultural heritage and medical applications. Their range of products is: 


- XOR/Redesign

- XOV/Verifier

- XOS/Scan

- InspectWorks

- Rapidform.dll

XOR/Redesign:

With this software you can convert 3d scan data to an editable CAD model, it is used for reverse engineering applications and analysis. It supports standard file formats and major 3d scanner file formats.

XOV/Verifier:

This is a fast and accurate inspection software for 3-dimensional scanned parts with 3d scanners.

XOS/Scan:

This is a reverse engineering software that can be used for cultural heritage reconstruction, mass customization, CGI, medical and dental applications.

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Picture at left: Senior applications engineer Scott Anderson at RAPIDFORM 3d software booth at RAPID 2009 conference and exposition show. Picture at right: Usage of RAPIDFORM 3d software booth at RAPID 2009 conference and exposition show.

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Above you can see the pataxte (cacao) pod 3d model screen shot from RAPIDFORM 3d software for FLAAR Reports ethno-botanical research project. For more information you can Free Download FLAAR Report on 3 Dimensional Scanning for Mayan Ethno-botanical research

 

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