This first tutorial gives you an overview of the graphical user interface including 3D view, explorer and reporting. It briefly introduces all major software concepts.
Evaluation Software for 3D Measurement Data
GOM Inspect is a software for analyzing 3D measuring data from fringe projection or laser scanners, coordinate measurement machines (CMM) and other measuring systems. The GOM software is used in product development, quality control and production.
In order to ensure precise measurement accuracy, both GOM Inspect Professional and GOM Inspect software have been tested and certified by PTB and NIST institutions. The accuracy of the evaluation software is tested by comparing the results from the software with reference results. The GOM software has been placed in Category 1, the category with the smallest measurement deviations.
Besides “Smart Teach”, the GOM Software 2019 offers templates which enable the user to set application-specific parameters already before the measuring procedure.
With new software functions, surface defects can be checked against a limit sample, and further defect images can be evaluated and summarized.
The free GOM Inspect software is also a viewer for all measurement results that are created with GOM Inspect Professional.
Video tutorials offer an introduction to the GOM Inspect software features.
GOM Inspect is a free 3D inspection and mesh processing software for dimensional analysis of 3D point clouds and a viewer for data sets from the applications ATOS Professional, TRITOP Professional, GOM Inspect Professional and PONTOS Live.
GOM Inspect Professional differs from GOM Inspect by the import of native CAD formats, active parametric, creating trend projects and Teaching by Doing.
GOM Inspect Professional data can be further processed in the free GOM Inspect software.
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Data sets as learning and for different applications
This sample project gives you an overview over the essential functionalities of GOM Inspect - beginning with a simple inspection via surface deviation, over curve based evaluation and point based analysis, up to the handling of different alignments. It also contains examples of drawing based dimensioning, GPS tolerances and material thickness inspection.
GOM_Part_Inspection_Essentials.ginspect (49 MB)
This sample project shows how several parts are handled and compared within a project. Several stages can be used for trend analyses and statistical process control. The evaluation contains statistical color plots for range and sigma, and shows SPC parameters. Furthermore, the trend is displayed using tables and diagrams.
GOM_Part_Trend_Analysis.ginspect (115 MB)
GOM offers practical seminars and training sessions for beginners and advanced users.
The one-day seminar provides an introduction to the software with practical exercises, including: Import of meshes, scan and CAD data, mesh processing, alignment, nominal/actual comparison, 3D inspection, 2D inspection, GD&T, material thickness analysis, 3D viewer, and much more.
The two-day training session provides an introduction to mesh and point inspection: Import of scan data, basic inspections, parametric inspection, inspection planning, assigning measuring principles, alignments, reporting, project templates, trend analysis etc.
User manuals and application-specific video tutorials provide important information about the GOM Software.
Numerous data sets for different applications are available in the Service Area.
The GOM Knowledge Base includes over 500 entries with information on software and hardware.
More than 5,000 users take advantage of the Forum to discuss issues and exchange experiences with other users and experts from GOM.