11/2008The stable, robust, compact and mobile, ARAMIS Sensor is ideally suited to measure, with high temporal and local resolution as well as a high accuracy, 3D deformation and strain in real components and material specimens. The new generation of ARAMIS sensors was developed based on market and customer experiences and contain a number of significant enhancements and detailed improvements.
11/2008To further cope with the ever increasing demands for higher speed and handling of larger projects the GOM offers the high-end image processing computer with dual quad core CPUs. The GOM Software has been designed to utilized this power and processing speed, through multi-threading capabilities.
10/2008Many complex metrology applications require the combination of full-field and point based 3D measurement. The GOM Touch Probe as an add-on to the ATOS 3D Digitizer combines non-contact full field surface measurement with tactile online probing within one system. Due to measurement of optical hidden surfaces as well as fast online-inspection of single points and primitives the GOM Touch Probe offers a number of advantages for the casting industry.
09/2008Version 6.1.1 offers numerous enhancements including extended ATOS Touch probe functionality, optimization for quad core image processing computers, enhanced GD&T module, Microsoft Windows integration and the ARAMIS and PONTOS Real Time Sensor. The GOM Software version 6.1.1 can be integrated into existing process chains and workflows offering an extensive measurement and evaluation solution for all GOM's measuring systems.
08/2008Ever more complex components, more sophisticated technical requirements, new materials and shorter product cycles pose new challenges and tasks for the ceramic industry as development times are continuously being shortened. Optical 3D measuring technology can provide advantages in all stages of product development of a ceramic product, e.g. during tool and mold development as well as during the production process.
New Application Note: Development of a Dimensionally Stable Lightweight Structure for the LISA Pathfinder Science Module
02/2008The Science Module Structure of LISA Pathfinder - the precursor for ESA’s ambitious LISA mission to detect gravitational waves - is designed to fulfil extremely stringent thermo-elastic distortion requirements. The emphasis of this abstract is the accurate measurement of the thermo-elastic performance in a dedicated distortion test.