How to Justify a Large-Format Scanner, Part 222 Aug, 2006 By: Henrik Vestermark
Whether you're a graphics service provider or a design/engineering firm that has ever put drawings on paper, at some point you probably ask whether you need a wide-format scanner. Perhaps the idea is appealing, but you wonder whether such a purchase is a smart one for your company? This series of articles is designed to help you make the right decision.p>
In Part 1, I outlined the various uses of wide-format scanning -- including scan-to-file, scan-to-print and scan-to-application -- as well as general things you should consider in your decision to purchase this hardware. Today, I'll present a tool that will help you answer the most important question: Is a wide-format scanner worth the investment for our company? Read more >>
SURVEY: Industrial Suppliers and Manufacturers Focus on Revenue Growth and Quality in 2006
GlobalSpec's Industrial Indicator Survey also shows overall optimism within the marketplace and a watchful eye on rising costs. Read more >>
FreeDesign Announces Free 30-Day Trial
FreeDimension software enables creation of 3D models. Read more >>
Delcam Releases Interim Report 2006
Company's half-year sales increase 14%. Read more >>
Randy Ochs Named VP of Right Hemisphere
Former Actify CEO to expand strategic alliances and channel programs. Read more >>
Hardware: BizView BV200 and BV300
Diamond Multimedia introduces 2D video graphics cards with low heat output and support for multiple digital LCD monitors. Read more >>
Visualization: RxView v8 and RxHighlight v8
Rasterex updates its multiformat viewer software to support AutoCAD 2007.
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AEC: STAAD.Pro 2006
Bentley's structural analysis and design software includes enhanced interoperability across structural workflow and integration with BIM. Read more >>
GIS: Autodesk Government Geospatial Solution
GIS products combine with Google Earth Pro for use by government customers.
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CAE: GlyphWorks v4
nCode releases update that enables engineers to interactively build and run analytical processes on multichannel datasets. Read more >>
About the Author: Henrik Vestermark
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