Physical Digital’s Managing Director Tim Rapley and team will be showcasing the company’s expertise and Nadcap Accredited 3DSL Measurement service as part of GOM’s ATOS Tech Day, held in Germany at the end of this month. The event, which is one of three global events, is held to showcase best in class solutions, alongside product updates for GOM’s global customers and partner network.
Tim says: “Physical Digital is the first company in the world to offer 3D Structured Light (3DSL) measurement that is accredited to the Nadcap standard AC 7130-4 for measurement and inspection. This is the highest level of recognition within the field of aerospace dimensional measurement and quality inspection. We are incredibly proud, as a company, to have achieved this. To be able to showcase our work at such a high-profile and well-respected event in our industry is very exciting.”
The ATOS event which coincides as the launch event for GOM ‘s brand-new ATOS 5 Airfoil, a specialist technology for high-speed measurement processes across the gas turbine industry. It is also billed as an event set to inspire those in the 3D measuring and metrology worlds, keeping them informed of cutting edge solutions.
Tim adds: “At the event, we will also be highlighting our approach to projects and the work we have done for a number of aerospace and industrial gas turbine OEM and tier 1 suppliers. We are looking forward to catching up with old colleagues as well as making new connections, and emphasising the importance of accuracy, precision and traceability of 3D measurement.”
Over 14,000 GOM measuring systems are used worldwide to ensure the dimensional quality of parts across many industrial sectors including: aerospace, automotive, sheet-metal, cast and injection moulded products as well as many specialist parts in the turbine industries.