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Friday, 21 May 2010

Three members from FLAAR Reports team attended RAPID 3D conference and expo in Anaheim earlier this year. There are two separate FLAAR Reports: one on portable 3D scanners and scanner software (and 3D modeling software in general), and a separate FLAAR Report on additive manufacturing and rapid prototypers, especially 3D printers such as ZCorp and Objet Geometries.

FLAAR is also considering inspecting the new HP Designjet 3D series, which is being released in Europe.


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Zcorp booth at Rapid Anaheim 2010.

 

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Nicholas at Geomagic 3D Software booth, showing the list of a dozen FLAAR Reports that featured GeoMagic software. ZCorp and GeoMagic both provided licenses to the FLAAR 3D scanner evaluation team. The booth is at Rapid 2010 3D expo last week in Anaheim.

 

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FARO 3D scanner at Rapid 2010 3D scanner expo last week. We have not yet evaluated the FARO 3D scanners.

 

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Capture 3D scanner at Rapid 2010.

 

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NextEngine Desktop 3D Scanner at Rapid 2010.

 

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FLAAR has been evaluating flatbed scanners and reprographic scanners for over ten years. BetterLight provided three of their tri-linear scanners (average BetterLight system is about $14,000; the camera is about the same cost and was provided by Cambo. Based on the success of these FLAAR evaluations, then Cruse has provided initially one model of their reprographic scanner (average Cruse scanner is about $110,000). They liked the results of the evaluations and then provided a second scanner with even more features.

 

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Since the background of FLAAR during the 1960's, 1970's, 1980's was primarily in sophisticated photography of Mayan archaeology of Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, now that we do 3D scanning and 3D modeling of Mayan temples, pyramids, palace and sacred ballcourt architecture, we always enjoy seeing models of Mayan architecture.

In the booth of Objet Geometries at the RAPID 2010 3D expo in California last week we noticed a really nice rendition of the Castillo temple-pyramd of Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico. Here is Sarah Leahy from Objet Geometries and Dr Hellmuth holding this well done 3D "printed" model created with an Object Geometries 3D rapid prototyper.

Since the background of FLAAR during the 1960's through 1990's was primarily in sophisticated photography of Mayan archaeology of Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador, now that we do 3D scanning and 3D modeling of Mayan temples, pyramids, palace and sacred ballcourt architecture, we always enjoy seeing 3D models of Mayan architecture.

 In the booth of Objet Geometries at the RAPID 2010 3D expo in California we noticed a really nice rendition of the Castillo temple-pyramd of Chichen Itza  Yucatan, Mexico. Here is Sarah Leahy from Objet Geometries and Dr Hellmuth holding this well done 3D "printed" model created with an Object Geometries 3D rapid prototyper.

 

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