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Comparing Actual and Nominal CAD Data in GOM Software

Capture 3D's ATOS technology enables 3D inspection analysis, an extremely powerful tool for digital engineering. It is important to understand the inspection basics for comparing a CAD and an actual mesh, which is easy to do in GOM Software. The software generates a color map, otherwise known as a surface comparison, that supports the visualization of 3D scan data, which serves as a guide throughout the analysis.  In this tutorial, our Application Engineer Kyle teaches you the basics of comparing actual and nominal CAD data in GOM Software. Keep reading to learn more!

How to Manage Skins in GOM Software

Capture 3D's GOM Software contains many features to help increase your efficiency. One of these is the ability to use, manage and customize skins that can be applied to any project to create consistency. In this tutorial, our Application Engineer Kevin explains more about skins, why you need to use them, how to use them and how to share them within your organization. Keep reading to learn more!

GOM Scan 1 | Affordable 3D Scanner

GOM Scan 1 is a compact optical CMM that hits industrial standards such as GOM fringe projection technology and Blue Light Technology to deliver accurate 3D scan data quickly. With integrated GOM Software, you can edit and apply the mesh to any project you want— from 3D printing to inspection and beyond.

ZEISS T-SCAN hawk | Portable Handheld 3D Scanner

The ZEISS T-SCAN hawk is a lightweight handheld 3D scanner that supports you through heavyweight work. Powered by pre-installed GOM Inspect software, it takes you from data acquisition to data analysis, quickly delivering high-quality 3D data for high-quality results.

How to Project Actual vs. Nominal CAD onto Part (Back Projection) Using ATOS 3D Scanners

Capture 3D's GOM Software contains many features that help you advance your digital engineering capabilities. The GOM Software function known as back projection provides many benefits, including the capability to add a new feature to a prototype before an updated CAD model is available. In this tutorial, our Lead Application Engineer Wade explains how to use back projection in a few simple steps. Keep reading to learn more!

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