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Plastics Knowledge Day 2019
The plastics industry supplies innovative products for a wide range of different applications. GOM sets international standards in optical 3D metrology. The Plastics Knowledge Day 2019 brings together specialists from the plastics industry and experts in optical metrology in a free one-day event. The Knowledge Day is a meeting place for the industry to exchange knowledge and experience.
04-04-2019, Michigan06-06-2019, Illinois
Why visit the Plastics Knowledge Day 2019
Use the opportunity for an individual exchange of ideas
Industrial meeting platform – The Plastics Knowledge Day offers a platform for the exchange of user knowledge from plastics technology and optical metrology.
Experience various products in optical metrology
Presentations – Two presentation blocks are planned for the first introduction to optical metrology and the full-surface form and dimensional analysis of workpieces or tools as well as for advanced applications such as virtual clamping of components.
Benefit from the user knowledge of renowned representatives of the plastics industry
Knowledge Tracks – Practical applications, such as the handling of GD&T or the use of optical measurement technology in toolmaking, are taught in four Knowledge Tracks.
Meet specialists from the plastics industry and experts in optical metrology
Expert Talks – Communication islands offer the opportunity to get to know the functions and features of the GOM software or new developments in 3D metrology based on examples from daily practice.
In plastics processing, 3D metrology supports and accelerates almost all process steps – during injection molding and blow molding or thermoforming.
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 users from industry for nondestructive testing. Increasingly complex parts, which are manufactured in additive procedures, for example, are pushing up the demands placed on measurement technology by industry.
As an industrial computer tomograph, the GOM CT delivers high-precision and repeatable measuring data via X-ray inspection. The GOM CT scans transparent parts or complex injection-molded components with internal structures that cannot be measured without a destructive method. Applications include first article inspection, tool release or the inspection of medical components.
Realize comprehensive quality control and assurance with full-field part analyses during series production and learn more about software functions for targeted tool corrections and fast first article inspections.
Be part of a global event
With this international series of events, the GOM network passes on process and measurement technology knowledge to designers, model, mold and tool makers as well as production and quality assurance experts.
Be part of a global event
3D Metrology in Plastics Processes
In plastics process chains, 3D metrology supports and accelerates almost all areas: from determining material behavior via toolmaking up to series accompanying production control and trend analyses.
GOM develops, produces and distributes software, machines and systems for 3D coordinate measuring technology and 3D testing based on latest research results and innovative technologies. With more than 60 sites and more than 1,000 metrology specialists, GOM guarantees professional advice as well as support and service. More than 14,000 system installations improve the product quality and manufacturing processes in the automotive, aerospace and consumer goods industries.
Capture 3D is the GOM representative in the USA and Canada since 1997. They have several locations nationwide including an Automated 3D Metrology Center in Michigan. Their team is dedicated in helping companies optimize product development, manufacturing, and production processes with the application of GOM’s innovative 3D technology. Capture 3D’s industry knowledge and experience has helped companies reduce cycle times, solve engineering issues, prevent future problems, eliminate costs, and improve product quality while speeding up time to market.