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Neometrix Technologies, Inc. Information
  • Dan Perreault
  • 30 Skyline Drive, Suite 202
  • Phone: 407-963-9964
  • URL: http://www.3dscanningservices.net
  • NeoMetrix Technologies, Inc. (www.3dscanningservices.net) is a leading provider of solutions for rapid product development throughout the southeastern United States, focusing on 3D laser scanning, reverse engineering and rapid prototyping. NeoMetrix is also a top reseller for Objet 3D Printers, Konica-Minolta Sensing America, and Rapidform Software.
    NeoMetrix also offers engineering consulting and technical services that focus on assisting clients with improving product quality and reducing design cycles.
Neometrix Technologies, Inc. Press Release -


  • NeoMetrix to Sell all New Creaform MetraSCAN Black
  • Believed to be its fastest and most accurate portable optical CMM scanner to date, the MetraSCAN BLACK is equipped to measure complex parts and assemblies on the production floor for industries such as automotive, aerospace, power generation and heavy manufacturing.
  • June 25, 2020
  • NeoMetrix Announces "3 Days of 3D" Scanning & Printing Road Show
  • NeoMetrix Technologies, Inc., a proven leader in products and services for rapid product has scheduled several 3D workshops in Birmingham, Atlanta and Orlando this summer. These are must see events for anyone interested in improving product design and quality.
  • June 25, 2011
  • NeoMetrix Introduces 3D Scanning to Aspiring Artist
  • Traditional methods for duplicating, enlarging or reducing the size of sculpted artwork are tedious and time-consuming. The use of new technologies such as 3D scanning & 3D printing can save hundreds of man-hours and produce exceptional results.
  • January 14, 2011
  • NeoMetrix Announces Objet Test Drive Program
  • NeoMetrix Technologies, Inc., a proven leader in products and services for rapid product development has introduced a new Objet 3D Printer test drive program, allowing prospective customers to test the system in their own facility, using their own CAD models.
  • October 16, 2010
  • Simulation & Training Industry Embraces 3D Scanning & 3D Printing
  • In order to produce the most realistic training experience possible, many manufacturers have embraced 3D scanning to quickly capture complex 3D shapes, and 3D printing to quickly reproduce high fidelity, low cost reproductions of expensive parts.
  • September 18, 2010