Applications

The European group of companies optimizes its production processes using the ATOS Triple Scan system and benefits from competitive advantages due to shortened development times.
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GEDIA’s new approach to quality control: The company is replacing tactile systems with full-surface optical 3D coordinate measurement. The new technology is also used for automated quality control.
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To speed up design and simulation, the automotive industry relies on optical measuring systems. Applications include crash and impact tests as well as climate chamber, wind tunnel and fatigue testing.
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Following a benchmark analysis, the Franconian (Germany) plastics specialist, Oechsler, uses ATOS Triple Scan in order to accelerate the production process of injection molding tools.
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The company uses ARAMIS for structural testing on landing gear components. As a result, Liebherr is able to determine part deformations and reduce testing times.
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The introduction of the ATOS ScanBox 7260 represents the next step in OPEL's restructuring of its measuring procedures, thus reducing the inspections by 80% in its press shop in Rüsselsheim, Germany.
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To make aircrafts more fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly, DLR in Braunschweig integrates optical measuring systems into its research of new technologies.
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In order to calculate the life cycle of running blades, the University of Paderborn, Germany examined the durability of these prostheses. During load testing optical measuring systems were used.
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For the load, fatigue and damage tolerance tests of the A350 winglet, Airbus supplier FACC for the first time fully integrated non-contact measuring systems from GOM in the test setup.
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Braun, the manufacturer of electrical bodycare appliances in Germany, introduced optical measuring systems to its quality assurance process. The systems have made new inspection practices possible.
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To support the training of maintenance crews for military helicopters under real-world conditions, Reiser Systemtechnik uses optical 3D metrology when building full-scale helicopter training rigs.
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Quality control of castings with tactile measuring systems has its limitations. Therefore, US steel foundry Bradken has implemented optical 3D metrology. This enables inspection processes to be accelerated.
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3D shape and dimensional analyses provide reliable information for quality control and process optimization. Foundries and forging shops use the ATOS 3D digitizer for shape and dimensional control of patterns, sand cores and castings.
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In recent years, the complexity of parts in the plastics processing industry has increased, generating high demand for the development and use of new metrology procedures to optimize the complete process chain in industrial environments.
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The press shop at BMW's Dingolfing plant relies on optical metrology systems including automation and standardization for inspection of sheet metal components.
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Dynamic 3D analysis of machine tools analyzes machine capability and extends tool life.
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EDAG employs 3D digitizer for reverse engineering to turn ideas into products faster.
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Using optical metrology reduces rework time and cuts production costs.
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The use of mobile optical coordinate measuring systems guarantees smooth assembly of offshore wind power units
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3D coordinate measuring for quick form and dimension inspection, warpage & shrinkage analysis, material thickness inspection, and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing.
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3D deformation measurement improves rolling resistance and riding comfort in the development of new tires.
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Improved determination of yield stress for sheet metal materials.
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Knowledge of precise material quality helps R&D departments achieve shorter development times and fewer try-out iterations, at the same time guaranteeing product safety.
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Quality Control, Efficiency Analysis and Efficiency Optimization on Turbines
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Online 3D strain measurement helps visualize the behavior of bonding technologies in lightweight constructions.
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At DLR optical high-speed 3D strain sensors check for buckling in a thin-walled CFRP cylindrical structure under axial compression, torsion and internal pressure.
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GOM's ARGUS system speeds up optimization of the forming process while checking part safety at the same time.
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Salzgitter AG measures and visualizes the quality and status of the stamping process on sheet metal with the ARGUS system.
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ARAMIS detects flow behaviour of sheet metal material in high speed tensile test.
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TRITOP photogrammetric system determines the interactions between body, attached parts and the interior such as changes in gap-width and global warpage of parts of the car body.
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