This paper will highlight the use of scanning technology to aid in rapidly developing new patterns of a tamper casting used by the railroad industry. A procedure for efficiently integrating scanned data with CAD model development to validate the design intent and meet short production schedules will be presented.
For more than 60 years, ship propellers from MMG have been setting new standards – in size, quality and efficiency. The key to our success are propellers that perfectly match the vessel, its engine and the purpose of the ship. This presentation will cover how MMG is utilizing ATOS and TRITOP for the scanning and inspection of large propellers.
Modern technology simplifies and quickens the manufacturing of products having reproducible characteristics. In order to make it possible to create a faithful copy of the Nerezine boat, the Croatian company TOPOMATIKA performed a 3D measuring of the boat's shape using the photogrammetry system TRITOP of GOM.
This presentation describes how RWTH utilized TRITOP and ATOS to inspection of a rolling mill for deformation analysis.
The Virtual Targets Center provides weapon system developers, testers, evaluators and trainers with target geometries and simulation model inputs of variable resolution in multi-spectral domains, to answer the life-cycle simulation needs in support of the soldier.
Yaris Kabin gives an overview on their manufacturing process as well as how ATOS and TRITOP have been implemented for dimensional analysis and checking of parts for inspection and reverse engineering applications on their industrial equipment.