This year is packed full of conferences for us at Digitize Designs, and we wanted to share some quick updates from our recent exhibition at the 2023 Innovation Conference at the Nissan Plant in Canton, Mississippi. This gathering of automotive manufacturing innovators took place on April 12 and 13 and was an incredible platform for us to showcase our latest innovations in 3D scanning alongside our longtime partners and 3D scanning industry leaders, FARO Technologies, Artec3D, and PolyWorks.
As one might expect, one of the most significant trends at the trade show was automation, with much excitement around the potential for automating 3D scanning in automotive manufacturing. Fortunately, we aren’t just familiar with this trend; we’re at the forefront of it, with our recently-launched RM-300 Automated Mobile Workstation serving as a prime example of how 3D scanning and digitization automation is generating enthusiasm in the automotive industry, as well as so many others.
The 2023 Innovation Conference by Nissan was our second trade show of the year, following 3D Experience World in February. However, we’re just getting started, with at least six more shows on the horizon this year. Each event promises an exciting opportunity to connect, demo the latest products, and learn from industry experts, and we invite you to join us.
Introducing Our Newest Team Member
Nick Safrit is a 3D Scanning Jedi Apprentice (aka 3D Scanning Technician) who joined Digitize Designs last month! It also just so happens that Nick is the cousin of our Senior Applications Engineer, Patrick Paz. Clearly, a love of engineering and technology runs in the family! Nick brings his passion for 3D scanning and a thirst for knowledge to his role as a 3D Scanning Technician. Under the mentorship of our engineering team, Nick is eager to learn and grow, making him a valuable addition.
When asked about his dream 3D scanning project, Nick’s eyes lit up as he spoke of the Oseberg Ship, a Viking-era ship he hopes to capture in full color with the Faro Focus 3D scanner. This ambitious project speaks to Nick’s attention to detail and love for history.