March 25, 2009
10:00 – 15:00
Steigenberger Airport Hotel
The workshop will be held in German language.
For further assistance please contact workshop|at|gom.com.
This workshop offers injection molders from R&D, quality control, tool design and construction departments the chance to exchange experiences and gain insights into actual optical 3D coordinate measuring techniques and solutions for the injection molding and plastics processing industry.
Well-known and experienced users will discuss hands-on experiences. The GOM team presents the actual state of the art of optical measuring systems on live display.
The ATOS 3D Digitizer allows full-field measurement of prototypes, first articles, injection molded parts, blow-molded parts, foam parts, molds, dies and tools. The fast surface white-light pattern projection system can be combined with a handheld touch probe for inspection of optically hidden surfaces. For production accompanying quality control the data acquisition as well as the data evaluation can be automated.
The ATOS 3D Digitizer is a flexible and mobile optical measurement machine. Rather than tactile touch probing of single points, the ATOS system captures the whole surface geometry with a high-resolution and dense point cloud. For different component sizes and –complexities the ATOS generates precise 3D coordinates for full-field nominal/actual comparison to CAD-data, for inspection sections and wall-thickness analysis and also delivers complete inspection reports.
The ATOS 3D digitizer is utilized in injection molding, foam molding and blow molding process chains as a precise, fast and robust inspection solution. The system combines high-quality measuring data with flexibility and can be employed in measuring rooms as well as in rough production environment.