3D Scanning Platform Offers Comprehensive Hub for Manufacturers
3D metrology company GOM GmbH’s HandsOnMetrology.com is a digital hub for companies that want to integrate the benefits of optical 3D metrology.
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3D metrology company GOM GmbH (Braunschweig, Germany) developed the digital platform, HandsOnMetrology.com for companies that want to integrate the benefits of optical 3D metrology into quality control processes. From tutorials and how-tos and personal stories and insights from makers, to a global network that connects customers to companies selling 3D scanning products, GOM offers a comprehensive hub for interested manufacturers.
More specifically, the platform is said to provide in-depth information about GOM and Zeiss 3D scanning solutions that can solve several measuring tasks and offer hands-on advice. The platform focuses on the new-to-market hand-held measuring systems Zeiss T-Scan 10 and T-Scan hawk, as well as GOM's compact 3D scanner Atos Q, which the company contends excel at precise measuring results and allow for a mobile and flexible use around the shop floor. The GOM Inspect Suite software is pre-installed on all three systems and supports user during inspections and analyses. It also walks users through the entire workflow from 3D scanning to the evaluation, including the inspection report.
HandsOnMetrology.com offers a range of benefits, including videos featuring metrology experts that will provide answers to typical user questions. Users will also find tips and tricks as well as demonstrations of measuring processes and video instructions for the GOM Inspect Suite inspection software. Step-by-step instructions help users to operate their measuring system. Other features include personal video clips of real makers talking about their passion, and the range of applications optical 3D metrology offers.
Further, GOM Inspect Suite—which is said to embrace and facilitates the complete workflow from scanning to reporting for maximum ease of use—offers a host of inspection features and is available for free after registration. The full version of GOM Inspect Suite provides the full extent of data analysis and template capabilities. Users can download a free 30-day trial version to test out the software and its professional features.
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