The TechMed 3D team is pleased to present you the updates of the new version of 3DsizeMe, 1.12.0.

There is now the possibility of installing several bundles and being able to select them without retranscribing them each time.

 

Also, we added the local backup in the scans transmission options, accessible by the Files application in the iPad or iPhone.

We added an option to skip the process of changing the picture edit.

We added a scan mode for amputees. By clicking on the knee icon, it is also possible to scan amputated limbs above and below the knee.

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Other exciting updates will come soon.

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