New partnership collaboration between KVS (3D Reverse Engineering software) and Scantech
Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China (May 19th, 2021) – Scantech (Hanghzou) Co. Ltd. and KVS Ltd. have signed a Strategy Partner Agreement.
This new relationship will give access to Scantech’s customers to KVS’ strong suite of 3D Reverse Engineering software solutions, to convert 3D scan meshes into CAD models, bundled with Scantech’s extensive and unique line of 3D scanners and scanning technologies. These software solutions include: QuickSurface, Mesh2Surface for Solidworks and Mesh2Surface for Rhinoceros 3D.
This new partnership with KVS is an exciting new development that will enable Scantech to provide their customers with powerful and accessible 3D Reverse Engineering tools that integrate seamlessly with mainstream software design solutions, used worldwide.
This partnership reflects the desire to collaborate with companies that share Scantech’s vision of providing complete 3D scanning solutions combining leading hardware technology with simple yet powerful software solutions.
About Scantech (Hangzhou) Co. Ltd.
Founded in 2015, SCANTECH is the developer and manufacturer of a complete line of state-of-the-art 3D scanners and 3D scanning solutions. The company’s mission is Innovation-driven enables infinite possibilities of 3D digitization. SCANTECH currently serves over 3500 clients in the worldwide and employs 180 more employees in the greater Hangzhou area and very soon in Stuttgart, Germany. It has won numerous awards for its SimScan, KSCAN and TrackScan products. For more information about SCANTECH visit the website 3d-scantech.com.
About KVS Ltd.
KVS’ expertise dates back in 1996 when its team participated actively in making the first hand-held 3D laser scanner in the world and winning an European IST Grand Prize for this. The 3DScanners’ ModelMaker was soon recognized as the best and most accurate scanner in the industry. The KUBE
software was a product to drive hand-held laser 3d scanning and post-processing of the resulting data.
The outcome was one of the world’s most intuitive and easy to use 3D laser scanning packages on the market.
The company has currently two offices – Cambridge, United Kingdom and Sofia, Bulgaria.