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GOM is a leading innovator in developing optical 3D metrology systems and measurement software. We set new standards in industrial metrology with our holistic solutions and are successful with them all over the globe.
Installations within leading aerospace, automotive and research centres, make the application engineers’ job diverse and exciting.
ARAMIS is a non-contact and material-independent measuring system based on digital image correlation. It offers a stable solution for full-field and point-based analyses of test objects of just a few millimetres up to structural components of several meters in size.
The system performs high-precision measurements with a 3D measurement resolution in the sub-micrometre range, regardless of the specimen’s geometry and temperature. There is no need for a time-consuming and expensive preparation. For statically or dynamically loaded specimens and components, ARAMIS provides accurate
• 3D coordinates
• 3D displacements, velocities, accelerations
• Surface strain
• Evaluations of 6 degrees of freedom (6DoF)
The ATOS series of industrial optical 3D scanners provide accurate scans with detailed resolution at high speeds. ATOS delivers three-dimensional measurement data and analysis for industrial components such as sheet metal parts, tools and dies, turbine blades, prototypes, injection moulded parts, castings, and more. Instead of measuring single points or with a laser, ATOS captures an object's full surface geometry and primitives precisely in a dense point cloud or polygon mesh.
ATOS is widely utilised in various industries, and can measure different object sizes, surface finishes, and shape complexities:
• Highly accurate 3D measurements
• Detailed, high-resolution scans
• Quick data collection
• Advanced inspection functionality
• Complete dimensional analysis
• Comprehensive reporting
The ATOS ScanBox is a complete optical 3D measuring machine that was developed by GOM for an efficient quality control in the production and manufacturing process. Nine models are available for different part sizes and applications.
Whereas mechanical measuring machines capture data in a point-based or linear manner, optical 3D coordinate measuring systems provide full-field deviations of the 3D actual coordinates and the CAD data.
In September 2016, GOM moved to its new head office in Braunschweig. With the relocation, GOM reacts to the rising demand for 3D Testing and 3D Metrology systems. Particularly, the worldwide need for automated measuring and inspection procedures led to the relocation and thus to enlarged production and development departments.
In addition to production halls and logistics, the campus of the new headquarters includes research and development laboratories, administration as well as a customer centre for training and presentations at an 8-hectare area. In Braunschweig alone, up to 500 employees, including engineers, computer scientists and mathematicians, will shape the optical measuring technology of the future. Thereby, the company contributes considerably to the industrial processes according to “Industry 4.0”. Only by 3D digitizing the actual states of finished and semi-finished products and tools, this development became possible. Going forward, based on the measuring results, production, maintenance and servicing systems will be self-controlling.
GOM develops, produces and distributes software, sensor technology, automated systems and complete solutions for industrial applications in 3D Metrology and 3D Testing. Worldwide, the company comprises over 60 sites with an employee network of more than 1,000 metrology specialists, including partners and subsidiaries. Today, more than 10,000 system installations improve product quality and accelerate product development and manufacturing processes for international companies in the automotive, aerospace and consumer goods industries and their suppliers. GOM systems support the development of new materials and manufacturing processes also in research institutes and universities.
GOM Educational Package for Materials and Components Testing
In addition to ATOS for Education for 3D scanning and inspection tasks, GOM now also offers an educational package for materials and components testing. ARAMIS for Education is also used for teaching at vocational schools, higher education institutions and universities.
In addition to the industrial hardware and software, both packages from GOM consist of completely elaborated laboratory tests and lecture material with detailed background information. Moreover, both educational packages include an efficient inspection software for students, practical training for trainers and professional support provided by experienced engineers.
ATOS for Education
ATOS for Education is an educational package for 3D scanning and inspection tasks. It is used in various specialist fields and subjects of study: Mechanical engineering/mechatronics, engineering, industrial metrology, design and CAD/CAM. In these specialist fields, the ATOS 3D scanner is a reliable and precise measuring system.
ARAMIS for Education
For applications in the field of materials and components testing, GOM offers the package ARAMIS for Education for teaching and training. The ARAMIS system is used in subjects of study and specialist fields as material sciences/materials testing, mechanical engineering/automotive engineering/mechatronics and FEM. It has proven to be an efficient measuring system for materials and components testing.
The ARAMIS 3D Camera is new hardware for a better understanding of material properties and component behavior. The new testing sensor is easy to integrate in material test stands and component testing facilities for dynamic deformation analyses.
Materials research and component testing play a critical role in the development of products. The ARAMIS 3D Camera generates information about the properties of the used material and the behavior of the resulting products under load. These results are the basis for product stability, geometry layout and reliable numeric simulations and validation.
GOM’s experience in industrial 3D metrology led to the development of the new ARAMIS 3D Camera providing solid decision-making results for product design, research & development, and manufacturing.
Conventional testing devices, such as extensometers, strain gauges, accelerometers, etc. are time-intensive and, thus, induce costs for installation and calibration. Moreover, these can only be used for limited measurement tasks and in most cases provide only 2D results. The ARAMIS 3D Camera supports testing engineers in achieving shorter development times and faster measurement preparations in comparison to conventional methods.
The ARAMIS 3D Camera precisely acquires 3D displacement or deformation for applications in materials and components testing in the automotive and aerospace industries and in biomechanical applications.
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