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Rapidform Inc.


Rapidform 3-D Scanning Software Sales Continue Growth with Outstanding H1

Published: Thursday, August 18, 2011 - 16:52

(Rapidform Inc.: Lakewood, CO) -- INUS Technology has exceeded internal sales expectations yet again with its worldwide revenue for the first half of 2011, beating results from H1 2010 by more than 33 percent. Following the company’s best Q1 sales in its 13-year history, this H1 achievement is a testament to the value that the company creates for its customers and their increased spending on Rapidform technology.

“We’re very pleased with our sales performance so far this year,” says Calvin Hur, CEO of INUS Technology. “Our partners, including both 3-D scanner manufacturers and value-added resellers, have been quite successful in selling Rapidform along with the full breadth of 3-D scanners out on the market today. This year’s sales are at an all-time high, which motivates us further to drive innovation and make 3-D scanning more productive for our customers.”

Rapidform customers voiced their support for the company’s complete solutions at the recent Rapidform Success Conference in Denver, Colorado.

“Rapidform enables us to get the maximum value out of 3-D scan data,” says Tom Waits, owner/manager of Reverse Austin, which specializes in digital shape sampling and processing (DSSP), reverse engineering, and dimensional inspection.

“Rapidform has solved our challenges immensely, by time frame, cost, and labor,” says engineering technician, Sean Dunn, with Navair. “It’s a real cost saver for us.”

“Our growth is being driven by wide market acceptance of our products,” adds Hur. “Our customers and partners know that Rapidform XOR is the fastest path to CAD, and that Rapidform XOV offers intuitive inspection from 3-D scan data. As we continue to pioneer new technologies that let our customers speed product development, reduce costs, and improve quality, we’ll continue to see wider adoption around the world.”

The company’s line of Rapidform software products works in conjunction with 3-D scanners from every major manufacturer. Rapidform XOR software is used to make CAD models from 3-D scan data, while Rapidform XOS software is focused on creating high-quality mesh and surface models from 3-D scans. Rapidform XOV allows companies to take a 3-D scan of any object and compare it to a CAD design for verification purposes. Leading companies use Rapidform’s advanced technology to innovate throughout their research, design, manufacturing, and quality control processes. By and large, Rapidform is considered the leader in reverse-engineering technology.


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Rapidform Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of INUS Technology Inc., which develops and markets the world’s most advanced 3-D scan data processing software solutions. These solutions are the most widely installed products for reverse engineering and inspection of 3-D scan data in the world and are used in design, manufacturing, research and development, quality inspection, medical research, and civil engineering. Clients include Audi, Ford, Hyundai, Toyota, Rolls Royce, Volkswagen, Hitachi, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, and more. Rapidform Inc. has offices in Lakewood, Colorado, and Newark, California. INUS Technology is headquartered in Seoul, Korea.