International trade fair for quality assurance
May 07–10 in Stuttgart, Germany
At the leading international trade fair for quality assurance, the Control 2019, in Stuttgart, Germany, GOM presents the latest technologies in the field of optical 3D metrology. New products and established measuring systems set standards for speed, resolution and precision on 570 m² of exhibition space. Software developers and application engineers are available for questions and live demos.
ATOS sensors for the inspection of sheet metal parts, tools and molds, turbine blades, prototypes as well as injection-molded and die-cast parts: in the industry, ATOS systems can be integrated directly into production for series inspection.
ATOS systems are used in measuring rooms and in shop floor environments. The ATOS ScanBox is a complete optical 3D measuring machine for efficient quality control in production and manufacturing processes. Different models are available for different part sizes and applications.
GOM supplies solutions for highest resolution and highest speed in 3D deformation and motion analysis. 3D testing systems are suitable for materials testing, component testing and deformation analyses as well as automotive testing. The booth showed the new ARAMIS SRX sensor in action.
ATOS 5 and ATOS 5X are two new high-speed sensors of the ATOS family. The robust 3D scanners are fast and precise. The Blue Light Equalizer is a component that was especially developed for the light source. The result of the new technology: an ultra-powerful light source that enables the use of large measuring volumes.
The bright light source of ATOS 5 is based on blue LED light. ATOS 5X uses the integrated Laser Light Compressor to generate ultra-bright light. As a result, both measuring systems achieve high-precision data in a short measuring time. The data quality is particularly evident in the detail sharpness of the 3D models.
Let us convince you of these two high-speed sensors at the Control 2019 in Stuttgart.
When it comes to complex components with internal structures, many measuring procedures reach their limits. For this reason, GOM has developed a computer tomograph that is specifically designed to meet the metrological needs of industry.
The GOM CT scans complex components in one measuring sequence and thus makes the entire part including internal structures evaluable. Positioning is performed automatically. The measuring results are highly precise, repeatable and can be evaluated in the GOM Inspect software. Applications include first article inspection, tool release or the inspection of medical components.
The GOM CT will also be visible at Control Show Stuttgart.
Foundries integrate optical measuring systems in their production chain to inspect tool try-outs, sand cores, sand molds and castings directly during ongoing production. Just like in other industries, the detailed and easily interpretable quality information form the basis for an early optimization of production and machine parameters.
The ATOS Compact Scan system, which can be used directly during the manufacturing process, serves as a first approach to optical metrology at a reasonable price.