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(August 2013) - NVision, the leader in non-contact optical scanning, announced that its technology consulting philosophy has been successful in saving time and money for companies in need of 3D scanning.

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NVision Inc. recently volunteered its 3D laser-scanning services to help Sarasota sculptor Greg Marra create an exact replica of the rifle that former Navy Seal Chris Kyle used while in the military.

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(NVision: Coppell, TX) -- Purdue University’s Formula SAE team is utilizing NVision’s HandHeld laser scanner to pursue its goal of taking home a first-place trophy in the annual Formula SAE Competition. The team anticipates that reverse engineering data obtained by the HandHeld scanner will allow for a strong Purdue showing at the upcoming 2013 competition.

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(NVision: McDonough, GA) -- Synappsys Digital Services, a sculpture enlargement and reduction company based in Norman, Oklahoma, used NVision's 3D HandHeld laser scanner to create the model for a sculptured tribute to U.S. Special Forces in Afghanistan that is now on display near Ground Zero in New York.

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(NVision: Coppell, TX) - NVision, a provider of noncontact optical measuring systems, software, and contract services for reverse engineering, inspection and gauging, and rapid prototyping, has launched a new project portal for its clients. The portal, which utilizes TeamPlatform, provides NVision’s clients with full, speedy access to customized data exchange web pages related to their projects.

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(NVision: Coppell, TX) -- The Mississippi Polymer Institute (MPI) helps smaller companies in the polymer industry succeed by using an NVision MobileScan laser scanning system to reengineer or inspect parts to a high level of accuracy. “By inspecting first articles, we help injection molders ensure that their first article matches the design intent,” says Bryan Brister of MPI. “We also reengineer tools and parts to create a CAD file that can be used to reproduce the object or modify its design.”

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(NVision: Coppell, TX) -- NVision Inc. is helping sculptor Somers Randolph gain additional revenue by laser scanning his creations and saving them as computer models, which can later be used to reproduce the original works at any size on a 3-D printer. For example, Randolph’s wife, Hillary, has created a successful line of jewelry based on soapstone shapes that Randolph whittled in his spare time. Once these hand-crafted shapes are laser-scanned, duplicates can be produced with the click of a few buttons.

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A national marketing services provider recently used NVision Inc.’s Engineering Service Division to reverse-engineer an essential part in a store display for one of the nation’s largest optical retailers. NVision was able to quickly scan the part and provide the CAD files necessary to mass-produce it for displays set up in the retailer’s stores nationwide, enabling possibly millions in annual sales.

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Aircraft Technologies Inc., a leading manufacturer of toilets for corporate jets, saved $20,000 and four weeks in reduced tooling costs and time for a new model by utilizing NVision’s laser scanning and engineering services. “By scanning an existing upper and lower bowl assembly and modifying the resulting CAD models to fit parts that we already had tooling for, we substantially reduced the tooling cost and got the product to market faster,” says Mark Riebesehl, owner and vice president of operations for Aircraft Technologies.

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