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A festival of 3D engineering excellence - From Hand to Scan
isodo3d is proud to officially unveil ‘A festival of 3D Engineering Excellence - From Hand to Scan’
Taking place on 22nd & 23rd June 2018 at the Solent Sky Museum, you can enjoy two days of 3D engineering excellence delivered by some of the industry’s biggest hitters, including isodo3d, HP, FARO, Solid Solutions, Graitec, Frazer Nash and 3T RPD. Plus plenty more activities throughout the event offering inspiration and insight into some of the most exciting 3D engineering and manufacturing stories to date.
This festival is split over two days, Friday 22nd June being for 400 invited guests and dignitaries in the engineering and manufacturing sectors. The second day, Saturday 23rd June will be open to the public with live seminars to educate and enthuse. 
You’ll also have the chance to win a flight in a two seater Supermarine Spitfire. Ticket prices are £5 each and the draw date is 4th July 2018. All proceeds will go to the Solent Sky Museum to help maintain our aviation heritage for future generations. You will be able to get your draw tickets from today at www.handtoscan.com. Closing date for buying tickets is Midnight 2nd July 2018.
Our main focus over the two days will be taking you on a 3D journey by re-engineering the Supermarine Spitfire using the very latest cutting edge technology. Throughout the day we will be hosting six seminars from different business who will explain the processes they went through to re-engineer the Spitfire.
Spitfire Heritage for Future Generations – 3D Journey – 6 Sessions
Pick sessions (max 40 people) that are relevant to your current challenges and interests. Take away practical advice, ideas and solutions to help optimise your own manufacturing and engineering strategies. All sessions are free to attend but you must reserve your place on-line to avoid disappointment.
10.00am – Faro – How the Spitfire was scanned and the challenges capturing the data.
10.40am – isodo3d – Scanning smaller parts of the Spitfire and producing 3D printable files.
11.10am – Solid Solutions – How the 3D Scan data was used to generate engineering drawings.
12.00 – 1.00pm – Lunch (Friday 22nd June only)
1.10pm – Graitec - See how the scan data was used to produce the ultimate immersive spitfire VR experience.
1.50pm – Frazer Nash – Explaining how they used their metal powder-bed layer laser additive manufacturing technology to 3D print in steel and titanium alloy.
2.20pm – 3T RPD – Talking about materials, powder certification, production processes, ISO standards, NPI, all of which are relevant to the aerospace industry.
Throughout the day you can also see the following activities around the Solent Sky Museum:

-See how the first aircraft panels were made by hand.
-Live scanning demonstrations every 20 minutes using the very latest HP 3D Structured Light Scanner Pro S3.
-Award winning Solid Solutions will be providing live demonstrations throughout the day on their CAD software.
-You will also have the chance to view the ultimate immersive spitfire VR experience from Graitec.
-Live scanning demonstrations every 30 minutes from FARO using the Freestyle and Arm Scanners.
-See parts of the spitfire being 3D Printed on the day and other sample parts printed using the very latest materials including metals.
-Live demonstrations of Desktop 3D Printers and the MakerBot Starter Lab.

More activities will be added as we move closer to the event date so follow our social media for regular updates. You could also keep up to date by checking in with our hashtag - #handtoscan

Let’s also not forget that while you’re at the museum you have full access to see all the current aviation exhibits and the fascinating Hampshire Police & Fire Collection.

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