ShapeGrabber Ships Second 3D Scanner to Yale University

28 September 2010 – Ottawa, ON Canada –ShapeGrabber, a manufacturer of 3D scanners for industrial applications such as quality inspection, has now shipped its second 3D scanner to Yale University to be used in biological research.

The laser scanners are used by two of the school’s departments to scan the whole surface of complex-shaped parts, both organic and man-made. Most recently, ShapeGrabber shipped its PLM 330 portable scanner to Yale. The PLM Series laser 3D scanners are portable and extremely accurate, enabling users to scan small to large objects that are immobile or difficult to reach.

About ShapeGrabber

At ShapeGrabber, measuring complex shapes is our specialty. We design, manufacture and sell industrial 3D scanners that are ideal for measuring complex shapes such as injection molded plastics and castings that are otherwise too time consuming, costly, or difficult to measure. Customers in the automotive, aerospace, medical, and other industries use our products.  ShapeGrabber is based in Ottawa, Canada, and has installed 3D inspection systems worldwide for clients such as Toyota, Northrop Grumman, Johnson & Johnson, HP and Toshiba.

Media Contact:

Shaun Markey

Markey Communications for ShapeGrabber