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Versoteq will be present at OT World in the next month. Meet us there to discuss the possibilities of 3D health and medical technology. We're helping companies to dive into the world of additive manufacturing or 3D printing (which is maybe more common term in the media). Our board member Ph.D. Jari Pallari will be giving a speech on Wednesday 16th of May at 15:00 at Hall 1 on Digital Manufacture, be sure to check that out.

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How to make your trade show more accessible for blind and visually impaired visitors?

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Versoteq attends the 3D Print India event on 27th-28th of June. Versoteq delivers a keynote speech under title
"Obstacles and solutions for commercialising customised 3D printed products". Versoteq also attends a panel discussion on "The impact of 3D printing on manufacturing and preparing your IT infrastructure". For up to date schedule and other information about the venue please visit the venue website at:

http://www.3dprint.entraine.com/home-india/

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Indoor/ Outdoor hybrid tactile map
The maps of Slush 2015 are our first indoor/ outdoor hybrid tactile maps. The maps are a great example of our "design for all" approach. The maps show the surroundings with real shapes and actual buildings in place so that people with disabilities get a clear understanding of the area. Additionally, many Slush visitors with normal vision commented that the 3D dimensional maps with colors indeed helped them read the maps faster and more easily.

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Versoteq offers our business customers online and offline 3D model visualisation and modification solutions, and has provided them for businesses in the online retail, cultural heritage and medical sectors. These software solutions make 3D printing and/or online 3D visualisation automatic and cost-effective, and therefore enable new scalable and global business opportunities for our business customers.

Automate meshing and fixing of point clouds

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Versoteq has been working on a tactile map project for the City of Espoo and we're proud to announce that the maps are now in place. They are located in Espoo Finland near a shopping mall called Sello in the Leppävaara region. The maps have been designed and assembled by Versoteq with the help of many parties such as the Finnish Federation of the Visually Impaired, Keskuspuisto Vocational College and the Espoo Disability Council.

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Versoteq is currently working on pilot projects on 3D printed tactile maps. It has been an exiting process to create new ways for the visually impaired to perceive the surrounding space. While we're working together with the blind to create the best possible solution, we're also designing the maps in full color in order to serve the people with normal vision.

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TCT Show was few weeks ago and the 3D printing world has already seen the Paris printshow last week. We'd like to wrap up the TCT Show and thank everyone we met. We had the privilege to hear insights on the industry from big companies like Adobe, Autodesk and Dassault Systems. We also learned a lot about 3D scanning which is going to be closely associated with 3D printing since it is going to be one of the best ways to produce the required 3D models for 3D printing.

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Finnish coffee maker Paulig has made an advertising campaign to design your own coffee box for President coffee. The whole design of the coffee box and preview is made to work with your internet browser in 3D. The best coffee box has already been made by Versoteq but you can try to match it.

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TCT Show 2014: "The world's leading 3D printing, additive manufacturing and product development event for every level of interest from hackerspace to aerospace".

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