From artists to archaeologists and designers to filmmakers, people from every walk of life are creating perfect 3D models of physical objects using Geomagic Wrap, without having to use CAD.
GEOMAGIC WRAP: THE FASTEST WAY TO GO FROM SCAN DATA TO 3D MODELS
Now including exact surfacing with AutoSurface function, Geomagic Wrap delivers the most easy-to-use, affordable, fast, accurate path from point clouds to 3D polygonal models.
FAST AND EASY-TO-USE WITHOUT SACRIFICING CAPABILITY
Geomagic Wrap is the perfect combination of automatic, semi-automatic, and manual methods for converting point based surface data to an accurate and usable 3D polygon model. This allows the user to process most of their data automatically, then use semi-automatic or manual methods to handle any bad or missing point information.
Surfacing tools included Geomagic Wrap
Geomagic Wrap delivers the most easy-to-use, affordable, fast, accurate path from point clouds to 3D polygonal and surface models that can be used instantly in downstream engineering, manufacturing, engineering, art, industrial design and more. As part of your 3D digital thread, Geomagic Wrap provides the digital bridge to allow you to create perfect data to use directly in 3D printing, milling, archiving and multiple other 3D uses.
With Geomagic’s advanced Exact Surfacing tools included Geomagic Wrap delivers power yet ease-of-use in cutting-edge modeling functions for that flawless 3D model. Scripting and macros available also automate functions for repetitive tasks during the reverse engineering process.
Revolutionize Your 3D Workflows
Art and Sculpture
Create perfect works of art, scale sculptures, and archive and restore fragile or eroded artifacts with the help of 3D. Artists and sculptors everywhere are using Geomagic Wrap to represent physical objects in 3D design environments, delivering watertight 3D data in a wide range of industry-standard formats
3D Imaging for Analysis, Animation and Filmmaking
Rapidly create perfect, watertight 3D models of physical objects from 3D scans and use them to perform advanced functions such as Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). In addition, visual effects artists and animators can use these 3D models in Maya, 3ds Max and more.