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GOM announce schedule of webinars for May 2020

 

Tuesday 12th May – Digital Assembly

Have you ever wished for software that would just stack component parts together, so you can see how they will really assemble?

Whilst hardware and software developments continue at a fast pace within the metrology industry Digital Assembly is one of the most important developments in recent years.

In this live online presentation, we will be using the GOM Inspect software to demonstrate how to simulate the digital assembly of multiple parts, align meshes to CAD data or to meshes of other parts and evaluate the digital assembly before physical assembly.

The presentation will cover:

  • Why Digital Assembly? Virtual vs digital explained
  • Gap Setting – Car panel alignments
  • Combine parts in disparate locations before assembly
  • Case Studies – Tooling of Sand core box
  • 10am – Register here https://bit.ly/3bPwZki
  • 4pm – Register Here https://bit.ly/2Sp7mPE

 

 

Thursday 14th May – Optical Metrology Applications for Automotive Testing

The optimization of modern product developments in the automotive industry demands accurate and reliable measuring results available in the shortest possible time. Moreover, measuring results have to be user independent and repeatable to meet the challenging requirements of today’s product development process in the automotive industry.

GOM invites you to the webinar Optical 3D Metrology for Automotive Testing which will discuss a broad range of testing applications from the automotive industry.

This webinar will cover:

  • Analysis of component’s thermal deformation during environmental testing
  • 3D deformation analysis of an airbag deployment test
  • Stiffness analysis of a door hinge
  • 3D motion analysis of a sled crash test
  • Register Here https://bit.ly/2XX2i8S

 

 

Tuesday 19th May – Introduction to GOM Inspect Software

Users from all areas including RP, CAD/CAM, CAE and CAQ will learn how to use the GOM Inspect software for mesh processing and inspection of 3D point clouds from white light scanners, laser scanners, CTs and other measuring systems.

Tuesday 19th May – Introduction to GOM Inspect Software

Users from all areas including RP, CAD/CAM, CAE and CAQ will learn how to use the GOM Inspect software for mesh processing and inspection of 3D point clouds from white light scanners, laser scanners, CTs and other measuring systems.

 

 

Wednesday 27th May – Statistical analysis of full surface 3D Scan data

Do you ever wish there was a way to make data analysis easier? Especially when working with full surface 3D scan data? In this live online presentation, we will be demonstrating what statistical analysis is possible when working with full surface scan data. These tools have been applied by many industry sectors to accelerate root cause analysis studies and improve part quality.

This presentation will cover:

  • The benefits of working with complete surface data?
  • How full surface dimensional data can be statistically analysed
  • Case Study – Tool correction / Q-Loop
  • 10am – Register here  https://bit.ly/2KNU7Ui
  • 4pm – register here https://bit.ly/3faJkl1

 

 

Thursday 28th May = Optical Metrology Applications for Aerospace Testing

Join the GOM Webinar Optical 3D Metrology for Aerospace Testing and learn how you can benefit from the advantages of optical metrology in your daily development work. The webinar will deal with applications from the aerospace industry ranging from small scale measurements such as coupon- and element tests up to the measurement of full scale aircrafts.

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