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Thor3D partners-up for scan-to-CAD workflow

Published 17 January 2020

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cad, 3d scanning, cyborg, thor3d

3D scanning company Thor3D has announced its partnership with nPowerSoftware, the developer of Cyborg 3D MeshToCAD, bundling its products together to target designers needing quick conversion from mesh to CAD of organic forms.

Based out of Dusseldorf, Germany and Moscow, Russia, Thor3D has been developing hand-held 3D scanners since 2015, net known for its wireless, hand-held scanner.

Cyborg enables the users to convert 3D scan data into CAD sculpted meshes (for example, Zbrush models) and scanned meshes, and is compatible with most major 3D CAD software.

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Addnode Group acquires UK CAD provider Excitech

Published 17 January 2020

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: engineering, cad, autodesk, bim, aec, excitech, addnode

Addnode Group, including its subsidiary Symetri, has announced that it has acquired Excitech, the largest Autodesk Platinum Partner in the UK market.

With more than 3,500 customers and 140 employees, Excitech is and the leading solution provider of CAD, BIM, PDM software, and training and consultancy services for the for the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) sectors.

Addnode Group is the largest Autodesk Platinum Partner in the Nordics, as has agreed purchase price for 100% of the shares amounts to approximately GBP 22 million.

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New 3D Printing event for Manchester in 2020

Published 16 January 2020

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, hp, additive manufacturing, education, manchester, event, goprint3d

Taking place on 28 January, Additive Live will open its doors at Manchester Metropolitan University’s central Additive Manufacturing lab, Print City, having been organised by GoPrint3D.

The inaugural event is being supported by HP and is focused on Additive Manufacturing in Higher Education with talks on the use of colour in 3D printing, generative design and a preview of HP’s University level 3D printing curriculum.

GoPrint3D marketing manager David Whitehouse also explains that there will be advice about setting up AM labs inside Universities, how to go about SME outreach as well as a tour of PrintCity’s facilities.

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New 3D Printing event for Manchester in 2020

Published 16 January 2020

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, hp, additive manufacturing, education, manchester, event, goprint3d

Taking place on 28 January, Additive Live will open its doors at Manchester Metropolitan University’s central Additive Manufacturing lab, Print City, having been organised by GoPrint3D.

The inaugural event is being supported by HP and is focused on Additive Manufacturing in Higher Education with talks on the use of colour in 3D printing, generative design and a preview of HP’s University level 3D printing curriculum.

GoPrint3D marketing manager David Whitehouse also explains that there will be advice about setting up AM labs inside Universities, how to go about SME outreach as well as a tour of PrintCity’s facilities.

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