Ottawa, ON /PRNewswire/ - ShapeGrabber today announced the release of its SGCentral Version 10 software. The software has a wide range of features, APIs, and tools that power ShapeGrabber's automated 3D scannersand allow users to rapidly set up, scan, and measure complex-shaped parts in minutes.
The new data acquisition software is compatible with Windows 10 operating systems, and fully supports all features of ShapeGrabber's new SG356 scanhead.
Pierre Aubrey, President at ShapeGrabber, said: "In addition to support for Windows 10 and the SG356 scanhead, we have built in many additional improvements to SGCentral Version 10, including enhanced usability and accuracy."
ShapeGrabber is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Quality Vision International (QVI®), the world's largest vision metrology company. Based in Ottawa, Canada, ShapeGrabber designs, manufactures, and sells automated 3D scanners that are ideal for measuring complex shapes such as injection-molded plastics, castings, and stampings that are otherwise too time consuming, costly, or difficult to measure. Considered to be one of the industrial pioneers in the field, ShapeGrabber has been supplying automated 3D scanners to customers in the automotive, aerospace, medical, and other industries since 1993.
Quality Vision International (QVI) designs and builds a complete line of dimensional measuring machines that combine proprietary optical, laser, and contact sensors for precision measurement of manufactured components and assemblies. More than 50,000 QVI systems are used by manufacturers in over 75 countries to measure and inspect their products for quality and process control.
Founded in 1945, QVI has grown to become the world leader in optical, electronic and software technologies for vision and multisensor measuring systems. QVI brands include OGP® SmartScope®, VIEW Micro-Metrology, RAM Optical Instrumentation, Certified Comparator Products, KOTEM and ShapeGrabber. Headquartered in Rochester, New York, USA, QVI maintains corporate facilities in Dayton, Phoenix, Ottawa, Frankfurt, Turin, Budapest, Singapore, Shanghai, Beijing, Xi'an, Suzhou, Bangalore and Tokyo.
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