Test day focuses on GOM’s optical measurement technology

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A test day earlier this month at the Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre in the UK gave engineers the opportunity to see GOM’s most advanced testing hardware and software solutions in action. The one-day event was held at the at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in the city of Coventry on March 1, 2016.

Expert presentations about the functionalities of the new Aramis 3D Camera, the GOM Testing Controller and the GOM Correlate software were used to demonstrate how optical measuring systems are replacing traditional methods, such as strain gauges, accelerometers, transducers or extensometers.

The new Aramis system for example measures geometries, 3D displacements and deformations of material specimens or components under mechanical or thermal load. In this process, capturing static and dynamic deformation is not only based on individual points, but on full-field measurements.

March 16, 2016

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