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Access the information, resources and links below to see how you can take your 3D design to a new level.


Create Organically Shaped 3D Models Using Your Sense of Touch

Unleash the power of your imagination with Geomagic's touch-enabled 3D modeling solutions: Geomagic® Claytools®Geomagic® Freeform® and Geomagic® Freeform® Plus. Now you can sculpt and manupulate 3D clay to create sculptural models with the benefits of a digital workflow. The Geomagic 3D modeling systems provide an unparalleled user interface, a faster modeling environment and true creative freedom.

Geomagic 3D modeling systems provide the precision, tools, manufacturing capabilities and interoperability required to meet a spectrum of design needs in areas like consumer products, medical, jewelry, toys, footwear, entertainment and fine arts.


Welcome to 3D Systems Geomagic Technical Support

We want you to succeed, and we're here to help you use and experience Geomagic products and services effectively.

We provide comprehensive sales and engineering teams to every major region of the world and deliver technical support to customers in a variety of languages.

Click below to see a full set self-help tutorials, comprehensive user guides, and videos along with a host of other support services available to you through the Downloads sections.

You can also access the Freeform Threads Forum, system requirements, software updates, plug-ins and more.

Geomagic technical Support


Add a Sense of Touch to the Digital World

Geomagic® haptic devices – Geomagic® Touch™ (formerly Phantom Omni), Geomagic® Touch™ X (formerly Phantom Desktop) and Geomagic® Phantom® Premium™ – haptic devices provide true three-dimensional input with force feedback, integrating a sense of touch into research and commercial applications as well as in the Geomagic Freeform and Geomagic Claytools 3D modeling systems.

Each Geomagic haptic device accurately measures the 3D spatial position (along the x, y and z axes) and the orientation (pitch, roll and yaw) of its handheld stylus. The devices use motors to create the forces that push back on the user’s hand to simulate touch and interaction with virtual objects. 3DOF (Degrees of Freedom) and 6DOF models are available.