Leading 3D printing technology giant 3D Systems has announced the availability of Geomagic Capture, which has gone on display at EuroMold this week (December 3rd-6th).
This new family of powerful, integrated desktop scanner and software tools for professional scan-based design and quality inspection ranging in price from $14,900 (£9,225, €11,014) to $24,900. Commercial shipments of the program will commence in the same week as the major German trade show.
Geomagic Capture is available in six configurations and each package includes a compact, ultra-precise, blue light LED scanner directly integrated with Geomagic software including:
- Geomagic Capture for SolidWorks®
- Geomagic Capture for SpaceClaim®
- Geomagic Capture for Design X
- Geomagic Capture for Design Direct
- Geomagic Capture for Control
- Geomagic Capture for Verify
Using Geomagic Capture, designers and engineers can, for the first time, instantly incorporate real world objects into CAD at their desktop. Using easy and intuitive software with direct CAD plugins Geomagic Capture compresses design time, increases productivity and delivers significantly faster product development cycles.
Geomagic Capture packages address a variety of applications including precision desktop scanning and integrated high-quality inspection software with pushbutton workflow and automated reporting. Geomagic Capture packages are the most affordable in their class making them accessible to broader audiences that until now could not afford high quality desktop scanning and lab metrology inspection solutions.
Vice-President and General Manager Geomagic Solutions, 3D Systems, Calvin Hur said: "The introduction of Geomagic Capture is a significant step on the road to fulfill our commitment to reimagine the engineer's desktop with cutting edge design, scan and inspect tools.
"With its unprecedented performance and affordability, Geomagic Capture ushers in a new era of design-to-manufacturing productivity and utility."
Geomagic Capture is available for pre-order worldwide and will commence commercial shipment in early December 2013.