Competing in the Manufacturing Landscape with 3D Printing
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Competing in the Manufacturing Landscape with 3D Printing

By Energy CIO Insights | Monday, January 28, 2019

Today, 3D measurement is an elementary technology in manufacturing. Due to the increasingly fine structures of modern components, this technology helps to quickly and accurately manufacture products. The use of measuring technology in the production of all interfaces is based on optimized communication and networking. At an early stage of production, the integrated measuring technology can verify dimensions, tolerances, and surface quality. 3D measuring technology has become the intelligent way in production.

Creaform is a global leader in the development, production, and sale of portable and automated 3D measuring technology. Specialized in engineering, the company offers various innovative solutions like 3D scanning, reverse engineering, quality control, and other applications. Its products and services are useful for various industries, such as the automotive, aerospace, healthcare, manufacturing, research and education industries and many others. It operates in Canada, the U.S., Mexico, Brazil, France, Italy, Spain, China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Singapore.

Creaform appointed Daniel Rivard as its Vice President of Operations on 4th of December 2018. He manages and coordinates all the manufacturing operations from the company's headquarters in Lévis. He is also responsible for the Innovation & Technology Division of Creaform Division. His predecessor, Fanny Truchon, was promoted to President and Business Unit Manager for Creaform earlier this year.

Rivard, said, “It’s always exciting to work for a company that’s driving the development of advanced technology, and I know what it takes, in terms of rigor and quality, to satisfy the customers coming to Creaform for 3D measurement solutions.”

He was previously employed in many manufacturing companies. His various roles were Steris General Manager, TSO3 and Orthofab Vice President of Operations and Development and GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals Technical Services Manager. He also has worked as a manager of production and quality in the construction and leisure vehicles industries.

With the role of vice president in Creaform, Rivard will seek new ways to reduce delivery times and keep the company agile in response to changing customer requirements. It will also maintain the world-class standards of Creaform for the quality and reliability of products and services the company offers.

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