Optical precision measuring machine for quality assurance in manufacturing

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GOM has expanded its ATOS series with a new sensor for full-field digitizing and inspection of contoured part geometries.

The fringe projection system is used for production quality assurance of small to medium-sized parts and is said to offer extremely high precision inspection of fine details. The ATOS Capsule is used, for example, for first article inspection of gears, turbine blades and wheels as well as medical parts. In addition to surface deviations from CAD, GD&T data and detailed information is derived automatically.

Two versions of the ATOS Capsule are available with different levels of detail. It can capture either 8 or 12 million points per scan with changeable measuring areas. The dimensions of the sensor, its low weight and the short working distance simplify its application in practice.

February 28, 2017

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