Sir Isaac Newton’s three laws of motion, published in his thesis Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica (Latin for Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy) in 1687, are what modern-day physicists and metrologists refer to when they describe force as any interaction that, if unopposed, will change the motion of an object.
In conventional 3D scanning measurement methods the CMM performs all the movements necessary to acquire the surface data. Acceleration forces induce inertia deflections into the CMM 3d scanning frame structure, which in turn induce measurement errors.
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.
Now On Demand! Join us for a free webinar to discover how the 3-dimensional imager array is a new automated metrology sensor system that provides easy integration onto the production floor and promises to significantly streamline in-line quality control and improve inspection cycle times.
Now On Demand! Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence experts and Mr. Brian Brown (Director, Robotics and Automation at the National Aviation Research institute) will show you how to rapidly and accurately scan a small business jet wing at the "Scanning a Jet Wing in Four Minutes or Less" webcast.
Patrick Nugent, VP Metrology Systems at Mahr Federal, and Mark Bringle, Technical Sponsorship & Marketing Director at Joe Gibbs Racing will speak about their companies’ technology partnership which contributes to Joe Gibbs Racing’s success.