VirtualDigitizing from Softsolution GmbH:  From template to DXF cutting file with the snap of a digital photo

With VirtualDigitizing, you can quickly produce an accurate production drawing from a shape in the plant or field. The precision of the VirtualDigitizing is set at +/- 1.0 mm per line and curve. You can check and proof the DXF output file measurements before the file is used for any production process. Additionally, as long as the reference size and template are on the same level as the template itself, this product can be used for building construction. Simply set up the shape with targets, take a photo with the calibrated camera, import the photo into VirtualDigitizing and export the DXF file to your fabrication system.

Produce an accurate glass fabrication production drawing from a shape in any material including

  • Paper or cardboard templates
  • Glass
  • Stone
  • Metal
  • Wood
  • Plastic

VirtualDigitizing Benefits

  • Eliminates the need for costly digitizing tables while improving accuracy of templates and shapes
  • Easy to use
  • Works regardless of template size
  • Portable: Carry only a camera with calibrated lens and a target marker
  • Provides fast transfer of data to the cutting table
  • Can digitize multiple layers for processing

VirtualDigitizing Features

  • Auto corner closing function
  • Automatic creation of DXF files for order entry systems
  • Automatic spline approximation
  • Mark drill holes and inner contours
  • Easy-to-use layer selection
  • Available as stand-alone application or fully integrated with FeneVision

Hardware and System Requirements

  • Windows 7 or higher
  • Minimum 512 MB RAM
  • Minimum Pentium III 800 MHz
  • File access to JPG pictures from the digital camera via regular Windows browser software
  • Write access for the user to create DXF output files in the same directory where originally the digital pictures was opened
  • Two USB ports to be able to connect the USB-Dongle and to connect the digital camera for downloading pictures
  • Regular mouse with wheel function
  • Camera calibration performed by Softsolution GmbH