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Supplier Stories for the Week of May 19

Vision Engineering’s DRV (Deep Reality Viewer) creates stereo high-definition 3D images without using a monitor or requiring operators to wear headsets or specialist glasses, as images ‘float’ in front of a mirror. Developed to address quality control and production requirements in sectors including medical, electronics, and other industries, DRV offers full, real-time transferability of information to multi-site manufacturers, designers, or users of multi-tier development and logistic capabilities. The company anticipates the system could be of interest to users who model and test components in 3D as well as those working to improve manufacturing processes. DRV can provide real-time, full HD 3D stereo images to multiple users in different locations at the same time.Using Vision Engineering’s globally patented TriTeQ3 digital 3D display technology, the DRV-Z1 (Zoom model 1) incorporates a zoom microscope module.“Over the past 60 years Vision Engineering has built its reputation on the innovation, quality, performance, and ergonomics of our visual inspection and metrology systems," stated Mark Curtis, managing director of Vision Engineering, in a news release. "DRV-Z1 provides enhanced 3D visualization and overcomes current problems with 3D modelling and inspection systems. By amalgamating our existing technologies, we’ve delivered an entirely new concept to our existing customer base, as well as opening up opportunities in fresh markets.”[Image courtesy of VISION ENGINEERING]Editor's Note: If you have news you’d like to submit for potential inclusion in future weekly roundups, please send a press release and any related images to with the subject line “Supplier Stories.”
Here’s what was new in the world of medical device suppliers during the week of May 19.
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