Volume Graphics uses Kakadu Software

Volume Graphics chose Kakadu by Kakadu Software Pty. Ltd. as new library for JPEG2000 image import and export throughout its software for the analysis and ...


Version 3.2 Is Here

In version 3.2, users benefit from new options for tool and geometry corrections, quicker analysis of repetitive structures, a completely reworked automation tool ...


UGM 2018: Registration Now Open!

It is now possible to register for Volume Graphics User Group Meeting 2018 (UGM 2018). This year’s UGM will be held from September 12 to 13, 2018, in the Print Media Academy in Heidelberg, Germany. 


Version 3.1.2: Tool Correction as a Fully Digital Workflow

The update to version 3.1.2 opens up a new field of application for you: The Manufacturing Geometry Correction Module gives you the power to correct the tooling, eliminate geometry deviations, and prevent part failure.

UGM 2017: Check out the Photo Gallery!

UGM 2017: Check out the Photo Gallery!

An additively manufactured cabin bracket with deliberately inserted discontinuities (part courtesy of Airbus Emerging Technologies & Concepts): The software generates a color-coded display of the locations of the weak points directly on the scan of the real component.



3D Rendering of a Sumatran Rhino Skull

Volume Graphics is proud to be part of the special exhibition "Disappearing Legacies: The World as a Forest" at the Zoological Museum in the Center for Natural History (CeNak) in Hamburg, Germany.


Volume Graphics Releases User-Centric Version 3.1

Volume Graphics has made immense strides with the 3.1 version of its software solutions VGSTUDIO MAX, VGSTUDIO, VGinLINE, VGMETROLOGY, and myVGL in the areas that are most important to users in metrology and defect analysis.