8:30 AM to 3:00 PM, Thursday, October 20, 2016
Casting & Forging 3D Metrology Workshop
Doubletree Hotel Atlanta - Marietta
2055 South Park Place
Atlanta, GA 30339 USA
Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
The Capture 3D Casting & Forging 3D Metrology Workshop is an industrial meeting platform for design engineers, pattern, die and mold makers as well as specialists from quality assurance and production. Learn how leading casting and forging companies are utilizing optical measuring techniques to advance, optimize, and accelerate product development, manufacturing, and production processes.
3D Metrology in the Casting Process Chain
In casting and forging processes, 3D metrology optimizes sand pressure die and investment casting: from pattern and die construction, mold and core making, to first article inspection reports and optimization of CNC machining. With ATOS optical non-contact 3D scanner, complete surfaces of patterns, tools, molds, sand cores, sand molds, cast and forged parts can be measured regardless of the object size. Full-field surface measurements guarantee faster inspections and targeted tool correction, thereby, reducing production lead times. For quality control in production, 3D measurement and the entire inspection process can be automated.
- Optical Metrology and Industrial Coordinate Measurement in Casting Process Chains
- Optical Marking of Castings and Part Alignment: Tracking and Back Projection
- Inspection Concepts and Tolerance Management: Analysis of 3D Measurement Data
- Foundry Case Studies Implementing Advanced 3D Metrology Technology
- Production accompanying quality control of cast parts - Inspection and Trend Analysis
- Tracking and Back Projection in casting and forging industries - Part alignment for CNC machining and Back Projection for material deposition and machining
- Quality assurance for model and mold making - Assembly analysis of molds and cores
Cutting Edge Interactive Workshop
Interact with intelligent and advanced 3D measurement technology.
- 3D Scanning Technologies
- Back Projection onto Part's Surface
- Casting and Forging Inspection
- Comprehensive Inspection Tips and Techniques
- Digital Assembly Analysis
- Intelligent Automated Inspection
- Optical Part Tracking for Assembly Guidance
- Photogrammetry Techniques
- Reverse Engineering Techniques, and much more.
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