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12/5/2017

Exact Metrology is the Midwest Dealer For EnvisionTec

Originally titled 'Exact Metrology is the Midwest Dealer For EnvisionTec'
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Exact Metrology is the greater Midwest dealer for EnvisionTEC, a Detroit-based manufacturer of 3D printers and materials that supplies machinery and materials to a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, appliance, jewelry and life sciences.

Exact Metrology is the greater Midwest dealer for EnvisionTEC, a Detroit-based manufacturer of 3D printers and materials. EnvisionTEC supplies machinery and materials to a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, appliance, jewelry and life sciences. The machine line spans a range from desktop models to units capable of producing 10 ft.3 objects from fiber and thermoplastic materials, the company says. It also produces a full line of materials, including more than 70 proprietary formulations for specific customer requirements. 

According to the company, a line of portable scanning and measurement technologies are available, as well as contract measurement for 2D and 3D laser scanning services, reverse engineering services, non-contact inspection, metrology services, 3D digitizing and training, long-range scanning plus its CT scanning services, usable by all types of manufacturing, packaging and product integrity concerns, as well as civil engineering, architects and municipal infrastructure developers. 

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