GOM ATOS Q is designed as a flexible 3D scanner for complex measurement and inspection tasks in different industries. Interchangeable lenses ensure high-precision measurements of small to medium-sized parts. Changing from the smallest to the largest measuring volume is easy thanks to the fixed camera position.

ATOS Q is the flagship fringe projection scanner from #HandsOnMetrology. It’s a structured light scanner, which uses fringe projection, allowing it to scan parts. For example, using structured light and blue light technology to scan a black injection moulded part. It can take a scan in just a couple of seconds.

The ATOS Q only takes a few more seconds to scan something black rather than something that’s white, which would be a lot easier and we could scan incredibly fast. Furthermore, we can get a full 3D model. And then with that 3D model and using GOM Inspect Software, we can then work in inspection to qualify that this part is what it’s supposed to be. After that, we can check its tolerances and check it’s been produced correctly. By analysing it, if there are issues, we can discover what the issues are and where they could have come from.