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K 2019 / GOM Measuring evaluation: inspection and motion analysis

| Editor: Briggette Jaya

Among the exhibits on showcase will be the GOM Software 2019.

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The GOM Software 2019 was developed in line with customer requirements. It includes a range of new features.
The GOM Software 2019 was developed in line with customer requirements. It includes a range of new features.
(Source: GOM)

When it comes to optimising production processes, professionally evaluated measuring results are essential today. This is where the software systems of 3D metrology specialist GOM come into play.

A new online training centre helps users better understand and use the software they work with more efficiently. Moreover, GOM provides new e-Learning courses to enable users to participate in advanced training, regardless of when and where, to supplement classroom seminars.

Optical 3D metrology is the core competence of GOM, which includes industrial 3D coordinate measuring systems, 3D computed tomography and 3D testing. In addition to machines and systems for manual and automated 3D digitisation, the company’s portfolio also includes evaluation software, training and professional support.

The GOM Software 2019 was developed in line with customer requirements and it includes a range of new features, especially for industry-specific applications. Especially, in the virtual measuring room (VMR), the new ‘Smart Teach’ function supports users even more effectively in automated measurement. When changes are made in the CAD data, measurement positions are now automatically updated.

Another highlight is Virtual Clamping, a world first, said to virtually simulate the clamping of parts, GOM claims. Instead of clamping components in complex fixtures as needed before, the new software module can compute the clamped state of the part using the data of the real part in free modus. The measuring data obtained through FEM-based calculations are exactly the same as the results of the part when clamped physically.

Also, the analysis of surface defects has been improved in Atos Professional, GOM Inspect and GOM Inspect Professional software packages. Sheet metal and plastic parts, for eg., can now be checked and compared with a ‘master’ part to identify surface defects more easily. Offered too are trial licenses to demonstrate new features in GOM Inspect Professional to those who already use the free GOM Inspect software. Users can get to know the Professional version, free for 30 days with no contractual obligations. This offer also applies to the GOM Correlate software for materials and motion analysis.

At the K show, GOM will be hall 10, Booth C22.

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