Focus on 3D TECH at the hi Tech & Industry exhibition 2021
At this year’s exhibition, MCH and CFI made a large area for companies within 3D TECH. Here visitors could meet Zebicon a/s among others.
3D scanning is a technology, which gets more and more widespread for both reverse engineering and quality control across industries. Meaning the familiarity with the technology have increased, which Zebicon could tell at this year’s hi Tech & Industry exhibition.
CEO, Jeppe H. Laursen says “We experienced the visitors came with a fare greater understanding of the technology, and the complexity of their questions were generally much higher, compared to what we have experienced previously.”
One of the reasons are that 3D scanning have become an acknowledge technology, but Zebicon also believes that the 3D TECH area at hi acquired the right visitors.
Overwhelmed by positive feedback
At Zebicon’s stand, visitors could experience all kinds of 3D scanning systems. In particular, the new smaller 3D scanners were a sensation and generated much traffic.
“We were overwhelmed by the positive feedback the new 3D scanners received at hi21. This was the first year, we demonstrated handheld 3D scanning and we saw a lot of engagement from both new leads and existing customers” states Jeppe H. Laursen
Zebicon is pleased with the outcome of hi Tech & Industry exhibition, which generated a lot of good conversations and agreements about future partnerships.