Read about the latest news about Capture 3D.
July 2016 - The Capture 3D Farmington Hills, Michigan facility has just completed its expansion and renovation to support the growing demands for our high precision 3D metrology automated solutions. During the Capture 3D Innovation Conference, guests will be taken on a tour to view the new Automated Solutions Center that will showcase the next generation of automated non-contact 3D inspection technologies.
July 2016 - The latest release titled, GOM Software 2016, was launched this month and offers a plethora of advancements in 3D measurement, dimensional analysis, and automated inspection functionalities.
June 2016 - 1 month away! Guest speakers finalized and hotel block is almost sold out. Learn how innovative 3D metrology technology is advancing product development and manufacturing. Gain an in-depth understanding of process optimization, refine existing knowledge, learn new techniques, and collaborate with like-minded professionals.
May 2016 - The 7 and 8 series are the latest additions to the ATOS ScanBox family for high quality, rapid, and accurate non-contact optical automated inspection of large parts, dies, tools, and assemblies.
MIAMI – April 14, 2015 – A GE Aviation open innovation challenge designed to uncover new methods of conducting high-speed, automated inspections of turbine airfoils garnered 51 entries from 48 different participants in 18 countries. The winning entry was submitted by Capture 3D, of Costa Mesa, CA.
February 2015 - A new case study has been published entitled Optical 3D Metrology Supports Certification of Airbus A350 - Airbus supplier FACC and subsidiary CoLT integrate non-contact sensors in fatigue and structure testing.
December 2014 - The ATOS ScanPort is an optical desktop scanner for measuring and inspection of small parts. The ATOS ScanPort utilises a 3+3 kinematic with three motorised and three manual axes. Repeating tasks are simplified with the fully automated rotation, tilt and linear axes.
November 2014 - GOM has extended its series of industrial 3D scanners with the model ATOS Triple Scan 16M. The new 3D digitizer captures two times 16 million measuring points per scan and is suitable for quality control of medium-sized components with high-resolution requirements.
October 2014 - Thank you to everyone that attended our Innovation Users Conference! This is one of our favorite events where our customers can interact and guests can truly learn first hand process improvement techniques utilizing our 3D metrology technology.