Evatronix signs agreements for distribution of eviXscan 3D scanners in Asia
April 23, 2019
Evatronix SA, Bielsko-Biala, Poland, has signed an agreement with OPT Technologies Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, and Symphony Innovations, headquartered in Singapore and Indonesia, to distribute its eviXscan 3D scanner technology to Asia. According to Evatronix SA, the agreement was initiated as a result of its participation in the Manufacturing World Japan Tokyo trade show, which ran from February 6–8, 2019.
In alignment with the agreement, OPT Technologies and Symphony Innovations will reportedly distribute a portfolio of eviXscan 3D solutions including the range of Heavy Duty scanners (Quadro, Optima, and Basic), software for processing collected data during the scanning process, as well as solutions applied for individual customers’ needs, which will be developed and designed by Evatronix SA’s R&D department.
3D scanning technology has important applications in the Additive Manufacturing industry, such as for the generation of CAD files for reverse engineering parts where the original design data has been lost, for the production of legacy parts; taking measurements of objects with complex geometries for the development of new product designs; producing quick and accurate scans of the body or body parts for the design of customised prosthetic and orthotic devices, and more.
Terry Moritam, President at OPT Technologies Co., Ltd., stated, “The 3D solutions offered by Evatronix SA meet the high expectations of companies operating on the Japanese market as regards measurement accuracy and precision. The eviXscan 3D scanners, in comparison with competitive products, are also attractive in terms of their price.”
“We are really pleased to establish cooperation with Evatronix SA, which guarantees the highest quality technical support,” commented Lenard Siew, Managing Director at Symphony Innovations. “Thanks to the eviXscan 3D scanners we have updated our portfolio with the measuring equipment being able to work effectively in harsh environmental conditions.”