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Story update 11/08/2010: Terry Crippen is no longer with ATT Metrology Services.

(ATT Metrology Services: Issaquah, Washington) -- ATT is pleased to announce that Terry Crippen has joined the company as vice president of business development as of March 2009. Crippen’s primary role will be to coordinate all customer-related business development activities, marketing and sales, and customer service, and to maintain and enhance the company’s overall quality assurance systems and procedures.

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(ROMER Inc.: Wixom, Michigan) -- ROMER Inc., a Hexagon Metrology company, announced today the rollout of the OMEGA portable measuring arm, their most economical tool for multipurpose noncontact measurement to date. The product was demonstrated in the Hexagon booth at the WESTEC 2009 Exhibition, in Los Angeles, March 30–April 2, 2009.

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From our distinguished white paper presentations to the Exhibition Hall packed with state-of-the-art 3D metrology technologies, the Coordinate Metrology Systems Conference always delivers a world class learning experience for our visitors each year. This five-day event is where metrologists, scientists, manufacturers, service providers, software developers, teachers and students gather to network and explore the very latest in portable 3D inspection and measurement solutions. Here are some of this year's highlights:

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(InnovMetric Software Inc.: Quebec City, Canada) -- InnovMetric Software Inc., a leading supplier of 3-D metrology solutions for engineering and manufacturing, demonstrated a pre-release version of PolyWorks V11 at EuroMold 2008, a trade fair held from December 3–6 in Frankfurt, Germany. PolyWorks V11 offers a new optional module to quickly generate quadrilateral meshes from digitized models.

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(Geomagic: Research Triangle Park, North Carolina) -- Geomagic announces a new version of Geomagic Studio software that adds powerful new surface manipulation capabilities to its award-winning Fashion module while improving performance for point- and polygon-processing tools. Geomagic Studio is the world’s leading software for creating accurate 3-D digital models from scan data of physical objects.

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(Geodetic Systems Inc.: Melbourne, Florida) -- GSI will host its 2009 user group  meeting from January 21–23, 2009 at the completely refurbished Crowne Plaza Oceanfront Resort and Spa Hotel in Melbourne, Florida. This customer-only event will feature user and GSI presentations, along with the very popular V-STARS workshops that are both interactive and hands-on. On the last day of the meeting, GSI will offer individualized one-on-one training sessions. A highlight of the meeting will be the recently released INCA3a camera with many new and improved features.

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(Delcam International Inc.: Windsor, Ontario, Canada) -- Inspection with PowerINSPECT is helping J.P. Pattern, a machining and pattern-making shop, with its contribution towards building machines that the contractor, the Auburn University Engineering Department Fusion Laboratory, hope will eventually solve the world’s energy problems with nuclear fusion. Cast and machined components from the company will fit over the ends of the toroidal pressure vessel at the heart of the device.

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Scanning the Mona Lisa with the NRC-IIT 3-D scanner