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Artec Studio 14 Features Enhanced Functionality for Quality Inspection

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Artec Studio 14 performs quality inspection with features such as expanded CAD/CAM functionality and Artec Micro integration. With the software, users of Artec’s Ray 3D scanner can perform geometry-only global registration without setting up spheres or 2D targets. Additionally, users can perform hybrid registration using geometry and 2D targets.

When exporting files to SolidWorks or other CAD/CAM applications, users can export unlimited open and closed contours as polylines in CSV or DXF files. This allows for the reverse engineering of simple shapes without the need for intermediary software, the company says.

This version of the software adds PBR-based automatic glare removal. Users can adjust the level of glare removal and can use the dynamic auto-brightness feature to automatically optimize levels during scan previews. The bridge feature enables users to fix holes in scans because it recreates missing geometric data.

The autopilot feature enables users to align their model automatically. The one-click auto-positioning feature enables users to create default positions for scans, and when the file is open in Artec Studio or other software, the scan wil appear in the chosen position.

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