A picture is worth a thousand words and an appealing image can really sell your product.
This time Drake Midi helped the State Hermitage Museum in their project:..
Few days ago, we received a phone call from a well-known Russian sculptor asking to scan his work
We are frequently asked by orthopedic manufacturers how to scan a human body properly. Are there any special dos and don’ts we would recommend? Well, scanning a human doesn’t differ much from scanning a sculpture, but there are best practices to follow. It is important to remember that during scanning...
In December 2017, INSTOK AUDIO, a large medical manufacturer, largely known for its superior, custom-made hearing aids, purchased their first Drake Mini scanner. The company wanted to harness the power of 3D scanning to create more realistic face-prosthetics (i.e. ears, eyes, chins, noses) in their Protez-Studio subsidiary.
3D scanners have firmly established themselves in various industries, greatly simplifying painstaking work...
Recently, one of our partners, Terem3D reached out, suggesting a project: use 3D technologies to reverse engineer a hard-to-replace car part.
This July the very first model of the triple single-engine Russian gyroplane Ventocopter R1 “Akula” (Shark) will be introduced at the International Aviation and Space Salon