GOM systems support the aerospace industry and its suppliers by providing precise part geometries and material characteristics. This data is used as input parameters for finite element simulations and flow analyses, for verification of simulations against real measurements in wind tunnels and climate chambers as well as for reverse engineering. Furthermore, optical 3D scanners are suited for quality control of complex freeform surfaces. Therefore, they are used to inspect airfoils of aircraft engines, terrestrial gas & steam turbines and turbocharging systems.
Watch webinar “Optical 3D Metrology for Aerospace Testing” on YouTube.