Time: 9:30 - 17:00, August 12, 2016
Venue: Palace Ballroom (Floor 6)
Palace Saigon Hotel (56-66 Nguyen Hue, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City)
REGISTER TO GOM WORKSHOP IN VIETNAM
- Complete FORM and submit
- Call to 04 37345435 (Ext: 101) or 0168 994 9184 (Ms.Hoa) for any assistance
Note: Free workshop (include lunch) for first 50 registration before 1/8/2016.
The GOM workshop is an industrial meeting platform for design engineers, tool and mold makers as well as specialists from quality assurance and production. This year, GOM Workshop will be first held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
The free workshop offers an insight into how optical 3D metrology is integrated into modern injection molding process chains. Leading industrial companies present examples from their day-to-day practice to show how optical measuring systems support them in shortening development times, optimizing production processes and thus improving the company‘s profitability.
Alongside these user experiences, the GOM team stages live presentations to present the latest developments in 3D metrology as well as in the measurement and inspection software.
· Targeted tool corrections
· Inspection of NC machining
· Assembly analysis
· Optimization of multiple cavities
· Reverse engineering & archiving
· Inspection of clearance (2D, 3D)
· Verification of gap & flush
· Virtual assembly
· Component deformation
· Fitting analysis
Injection Molded Parts
· First article inspection
· Shape and dimension verification
· Shrinkage and warpage analysis
· Series measurements & trend analysis
· Reduction of inspection dimensions
In plastics engineering, 3D metrology supports and speeds up all phases in injection molding, blow molding and thermoforming processes: from prototype & tool construction to first article inspection reports up to assembly analysis and load testing. ATOS is an optical 3D coordinate measuring system allowing non-contact measurements of complete surfaces of prototypes, electrodes, tools and injection molded parts regardless of the object size. In contrast to tactile measuring techniques, this method even captures complex freeform contours quickly and completely. Full-field surface measurements guarantee a faster first article inspection and targeted tool correction, thereby reducing production lead times. For the production accompanying quality control both the measurements and the entire evaluation process can be automated.