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People around the world are stunned at a video showing President of the United States, Barack Obama, having his bust created using the latest 3D scanning and 3D printing technology. This is a major coup for the 3D printing industry …
POWER-GEN is the international event where the top power professionals meet and rub shoulders. The entire power generating industry is represented here with over 200 of the world’s top industry professionals, 50 educational conference sessions, 1,400 plus companies on exhibit, …
The application of 3D scanning and 3D printing regarding science projects just took a leap back in time and brought the past to the present in modern day tech glory. The McWane Science Center wanted to do a 3D scan …
Join EMS at their new, larger Tampa, FL headquarters for a 3D Tech Lunch. EMS will be showing the latest in 3D Printers for rapid prototyping, 3D Scanners for reverse engineering & inspection and next generation CAD software for designing …
The new GoSCAN 20 and 50 and the next generation of projected light hand held scanners from Creaform. The Go!SCAN 3D scanner, a simple line of portable 3D scanners enabling people from various backgrounds to effortlessly capture the 3D shape …
Thanks to the National Park Service and companies Autodesk Inc. and R2Sonic, a big part of WWII history is going to be better preserved regarding the naval vessels USS Utah and Arizona that still lie at Pearl Harbor. The two …
Get ready for sports fans to flip their lids. A hot new product is on the market and it’s a 3D printed scale model of your favorite sports stadium! Yes, the 3D printing service Zverse has been using 3D Systems …
Just about everyone has used a koozie at one point or another.  One fits their drink inside and it stays cool.  Improving on this simple concept, EMS and 3D Coolie came up with a way to use 3D printing to …
Transformers! No, not the shape shifting robot aliens of toy and movie fame, but the electrical transformers that supply electricity to millions of homes, offices, buildings.  The big transformers are expensive and powerful.  When one goes on the fritz aka …
Townley Engineering & Manufacturing is a company that’s dedicated to innovation, especially when it comes to the manufacturing process regarding their replacement impellers. Impellers are important pieces when dealing with the mining industry, and they’ve taken it upon themselves to …
Leave it to Steeda Motorsports to be ahead of the rest in applied 3D scanning technology. Already owning a 3D scanner from renowned company EMS, the company wanted to have it’s 2012 Mustang Boss 302 intake scanned so as to …
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EMS News

Maker of industrial measurement of color, light, and shape solutions, Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. (Ramsey, NJ) and threeRivers 3D Inc. (Gibsonia, PA), a manufacturer of standard and custom 3D scanners, have announced the joint launch of the Virtuoso, a non-contact 3D laser scanner. A networkready device, the Virtuoso is said to be able to scan virtually any object under nearly all lighting conditions. According to the companies, the Virtuoso is the first scanner on the market to be both Macintosh- and PC-compatible, making it suitable for artists, sculptors, and graphic designers as well industrial designers and engineers.
EMS Inc., the premier provider of rapid product development equipment and services including Z Corp 3DPrinters and 3D Scanners, announced that they have outgrown their former headquarters and has moved into a new larger, more modern location. Recently, EMS has been revealing a lot of news in relation to the positive growth that they have developed and this is another significant reflection of their forward progression. The larger space and well‐designed layout is necessary to accommodate the staff and business growth that they are facing.
EMS Inc., the premier provider of rapid product development equipment and services including Z Corp 3DPrinters and 3D Scanners, announced that they will be exhibiting at design and manufacturing events during March as well as hosting their own ‘Open House’ events at their Tampa and Atlanta offices. The two shows that they’ll be showcasing at are Design & Manufacture South (Booth #948) in Orlando, FL and Design 2 Part (Booth #424) in Atlanta, GA. Both shows are occurring simultaneously on March 16th– 17th,2011. EMS will be displaying their capabilities and innovative technology that assists designers and manufacturers bring products to market faster. Stop by EMS’s booth to learn how 3D scanners, 3D printers,and 3D CAD software can help improve your product development cycle.
USF Research Park recently held an event that launched Governor Rick Scott’s “Let’s Get To Work” jobs our. Scott’statewide tour is to gain insight on modern advances and innovations which can help create jobs and economic growth in Florida. While at USF he met with entrepreneurs, business executives and students to discuss how the state can grow through economic development and business. EMS Inc. was invited by USF to exhibit at this event because of the transforming technologies EMS offers, which also has earned them a solid reputation for improving corporations all over the country. EMS demonstrated the latest technology in 3D scanning, reverse engineering,rapid prototyping and 3D inspection.
EMS Inc., the premier provider of rapid product development equipment and services including Z Corp 3D Printers and 3D Scanners, announced that their newly designed website is live and has already been getting great feedback from viewers. EMS decided to redesign its website as a vital communication tool for its clients and for the product development industry as a whole. This decision resulted in an improved website which offers a fresh new look that technically provides its online visitors with significant improvements in navigation, vital industry content, video demonstrations, project galleries, new quoting forms for prospective clients and much more.
EMS Inc., the premier provider of rapid product development equipment and services including Z Corp 3DPrinters and 3D Scanners, is excited to announce the hiring of three new employees to its corporate headquarters located in Tampa, Florida. “We are delighted to welcome these talented new members to the EMS team,” said President & CEO Mark Kemper. “We continue to add staff as a result of our rapidly growing client roster and continued loyal customers, which includes some of the world’s leading global consumer brand companies.
Engineering & Manufacturing Services Inc. (EMS), the premier provider of rapid product development equipment and services including Z Corp 3D Printers and 3D Scanners, is excited to announce the latest dates of their very popular and informative 3D Technology Day events. Learn how to design superior products and watch live demonstrations at any of the free educational events. These EMS 3D Technology Days will be structured similar to our past events as an open house style; meaning you can come anytime you want and see what interests you. EMS will have their engineering experts in the fields of rapid prototyping, 3D scanning, 3D CAD who will offer live demos as well as be able to answer any questions. Unlike typical seminars, you will not be sitting through boring Powerpoint
EMS, Inc the leading provider of rapid product development products and services including Z Corp 3D Printers and 3D Scanners won the top award at the CoolTECH 2010 event in Tampa, Florida. CoolTECH 2010 was very well attended and included 46 exhibitors competing for the top award for best new technology. CoolTECH showcases Florida companies focused on innovative products, technologies and services in emerging markets. EMS has long been an innovator in applying value added techniques and methods using advanced technologies like 3D Printers, 3D scanners, and virtual clay sculpting software and hardware.
EMS, Inc the premier provider of rapid product development products and services including Z Corp 3D Printers and 3D Scanners has released a new series of technical demonstration videos. These videos cover subjects such as 3D scanning, 3D printing, rapid prototyping technologies, 3D scan data editing, virtual clay sculpting and more.
EMS, Inc the leading provider of Z Corp 3D Printers and 3D Scanners is announcing the expansion of their Michigan office with new personal. Since 2001 EMS, Inc. has been the leading provider of 3D Printers, 3D Scanners and 3D CAD software products and services with offices throughout the US. Joining the EMS team in Michigan are two veteran industry specialists, Tim Mackey and Chris Rydin. Tim and Chris bring EMS, Inc. over 25 years of experience in 3D CAD, engineering and manufacturing to provide sales, service, training and technical support for our Educational and Commercial customers in Michigan. According to President & CEO Mark Kemper, “EMS, Inc. believes in Michigan’s future and is excited to be a part of the rebirth taking place. While other companies have left Michigan we’re pleased with the fact that were growing and expanding in a state that plays a very important role in the US economy.”
Engineering & Manufacturing Services Inc (EMS) sold more Z Corporation 3D scanners than any other company in the world in 2008 to obtain the number one ranking. EMS continues to sell more 3D printers and 3D scanners than any other company, a ranking EMS has held for 3 consecutive years. According to president, Mark Kemper, “the new Z800 3D scanner from Z Corp with its unmatched speed, portability, and high accuracy allowed us to take the number one position. The key to our success was our dedicated staff of scanning engineers who know how to solve complex reverse engineering and scanning problems.” In addition, to its Tampa, FL headquarters EMS opened an office in Orlando and Atlanta in 2008 to help facilitate its aggressive growth in the southeast, Kemper continues