GOM ATOS – Industrial 3D Scanning Technology. Optical 3D coordinate measuring machines are replacing tactile measuring systems and gages in many areas of industry.
GOM ATOS – Industrial 3D Scanning Technology
Optical GOM 3D coordinate measuring machines are replacing tactile measuring systems and gages in many areas of industry.
They capture more detailed and easily interpretable quality information of an object with significantly shorter measuring times.
ATOS sensors are used in many industries for the inspection of parts such as sheet metals, tools and dies, turbine blades,
prototypes and injection-molded and pressure die-cast parts.
Developed for industrial use, ATOS 5 delivers high-precision data in a short measuring time even under harsh conditions. The full-field 3D measuring data allows comprehensive process and quality control, visualizing hidden errors and thus speeding up production processes.
In almost all industries, ATOS sensors have established themselves as optical 3D measuring systems. Their success is based on precise optoelectronics, robust sensor design and powerful software. ATOS Q takes this success story further: Read more >>
The optical precision measuring machine is designed for full-field digitizing of contoured part geometries. The 3D scanner is used for production quality assurance of small to medium-sized parts and excels by its high precision for fine details.
The optical 3D scanner provides 3D coordinate measuring data for inspection and adaptive manufacturing. ATOS Core serves as mobile measuring device and stationary desktop scanner. In addition, it supports automation processes within the ATOS ScanBox.
ATOS Compact Scan
Due to its scalable measuring areas, the ATOS compact class offers maximum flexibility: by quickly changing the lenses, the mobile 3D coordinate measuring machine can capture components up to several meters in size.
Optical 3D Measuring Technology in Industrial Quality Control
ATOS systems return full-field data about deviations between the actual 3D coordinates and the CAD data. As this measuring data contains all the object information, in addition to the surface deviations from the CAD, the software also automatically derives detailed information such as GD&T, trimming or hole positions.
The accuracy of optical measuring systems is based on state-of-the-art optoelectronics, precise image processing and mathematic algorithms, ensured by stable precision standards and an automated calibration procedure.
Polygon Meshes From Point Clouds
FTA / PMI
Nominal / Actual Comparison
Inspection of Surface Defects