SP3D Releases New Software for Converting 2D to 3D - Featured on 3DPrinting.com

Spare Parts 3D (SP3D), creators of the DigiPART inventory software, has introduced ‘Théia’, a new tool that transforms 2D technical diagrams into 3D models. This development is the result of three years of collaborative research and development, and it extends the capabilities of DigiPART, making it easier to identify and source spare parts for additive manufacturing.

The technology merges AI with the latest computer vision technology to simplify the digitization of spare parts, making digital passports and additive manufacturing accessible to all.

Théia offers a range of advantages, like reduced storage costs, increased supply chain efficiency, and support for environmentally friendly manufacturing processes. It serves a variety of sectors like energy, defense, and transportation, where there is a significant demand for spare parts.

Paul Guillaumot, the Founder and CEO of Spare Parts 3D, believes that Théia is an industry-altering innovation with the power to entirely transform the supply chain digitalization process, potentially leading to substantial cost reductions for businesses around the globe.

In the future, the aim is to universalize the process of 3D reconstruction from any intricate drawings and parts, facilitating automatic adjustments based on preferred manufacturing procedures.

For further details on Theia, kindly visit the SP3D website here.

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