Digitalization, customization, and additive manufacturing create new use cases for 3D scanning

3D scanners have been in use for decades; however, they are playing an increasingly important role in product design and manufacturing processes. Lux recently published a state-of-the-market report (3D Scanning Landscape: Emerging Use Cases for Design and Manufacturing) that defines 3D scanning tech...

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