Member GOM shows worldwide how precise industrial 3D metrology helps to ensure quality and identify potential advancements in plastics technology. They are running a series of informative webinars covering how experts within the plastics industry can use metrology to optimise their production processes. In plastics process chains, 3D metrology supports and accelerates almost all areas: from determining material behaviour via toolmaking, up to series accompanying production control and trend analyses.
GOM Hardware provides 3D coordinate measuring systems allowing non-contact measurements of complete surfaces of prototypes, electrodes, tools and injection moulded parts regardless of the object size. In contrast to tactile measuring techniques, this method even captures complex freeform contours quickly and completely. Within plastics engineering, 3D optical metrology supports and speeds up all phases: from prototype & tool construction to first article inspection reports up to assembly analysis and load testing.
The plastics industry supplies innovative products for a wide range of different applications. We will share the functions and features of the GOM software and new developments in 3D metrology based on examples from daily practice.
The details for the 2 sessions are:
- Session 1, September 22nd 2020 at 10am: topics include 3D-Scanning with the latest technology, inspection with GOM Inspect Suite, visualizing plastic defects, warpage, sink marks and material thickness. For more information and registration, go to https://gom.webex.com/gom/onstage/g.php?MTID=ed07cb9eb94178dc0a0cf98db04f3e883.
- Session 2, September 29th 2020 at 10am: topics include complete GD&T analysis, statistical approaches, digital assembly and automated solutions. For more information and registration, go to https://gom.webex.com/gom/onstage/g.php?MTID=e70cfc85eaf15431b007a510d6f7a2e67.