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EMC tests on a 3D scanner

3D scanner

Client: Creaform 

A scanner goes under the microscope

International regulations and standards require that products pass increasingly stringent electromagnetic compatibility tests before being introduced to national and international markets. Thanks to cutting-edge equipment unique to Québec and the know-how of its seasoned experts, CRIQ is the go-to innovation partner for many businesses looking to check electromagnetic and electrical conformity for products designed in the province.

CRIQ’s services are available to all Québec businesses, and Creaform is one of them. A world-class company founded in 2002 and today with 325 employees, Creaform develops, manufactures, and distributes portable 3D measurement technologies and boasts years of expertise in 3D engineering services. Its products and services are used all around the world, and for a number of years now the business has regularly turned to CRIQ for various types of trials to ensure compliance with markets abroad.

As part of its ongoing commitment to providing quality products, Creaform has had CRIQ perform 2004/108/EC electromagnetic compatibility tests to obtain CE labelling for its latest product, the GO!SCAN 3D, a white-light 3D scanner. All Creaform products are CE labelled, a symbol that shows they comply with current European Union regulations.

As well as performing engineering and qualification tests, CRIQ provides consulting services, offers technical support, and drafts reports as part of the product certification process. Its experts can help Québec businesses work out which standards apply to a particular product or market.