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Founder and CEO, Lisa Federici, Chosen as One of the Most Influential Women in 3D Printing Industry!
SAN RAFAEL, California – March 6, 2017
In honor of 2017 International Women’s Day, Scansite3D is extremely proud to announce that founder and CEO, Lisa Federici, has been chosen as one of the most influential women in the 3D printing industry!
This honor […]
Scansite3D Creates New American and National League Batting Champion Awards for Major League Baseball
2016 All Star Game – San Diego, CA
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 20, 2016
San Rafael, CA Scansite3D presented their contribution to Major League Baseball with the unveiling of two new trophies that were presented […]
The “Black Angel,” is a nationally known monument that pays tribute to Ruth Anne Dodge, Gen. Grenville Dodge’s wife.
The sculptor who made it is the same […]
Saving Adam: Scansite3D helps restore Tullio Lombardo’s Adam Sculpture at the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
San Rafael, California – October 26, 2015 – […]
Big Contract Wins Spur Growth for 3D Scanning, Inspection and Reverse Engineering Leader
SAN RAFAEL, California – July 15, 2015 – Scansite3D, the leading provider of 3D scanning, inspection and reverse engineering, has hired Ilias […]
Scansite3D Provides 3D Scanning and 3D inspection and analysis of Rodin’s Hands for Stanford University
Stanford University Medical Center Uses 3D Sculptures to Demonstrate and Train Clinical Anatomy and Surgical Students
SAN RAFAEL, California – June 25, 2015 – Scansite3D, the leading provider of 3D scanning, 3D inspection and analysis and reverse engineering, has posted a […]
Stanford asks for Scansite3D’s help to reveal medical hand conditions perceived in Auguste Rodin hand sculptures.
Scansite garners award for their work on the Spirit of the Ocean fountain that […]
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Recruits Scansite 3D to Digitize Michelangelo’s Long Lost Cupid Discovered at the French Embassy.