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Automating QA Tasks Using ZEISS Scanners and Software

This on-demand webinar explores automating QA tasks and the efficiency of 3D scanning in revolutionizing dimensional inspection for mechanical parts. Replacing traditional manual measurements with a single scan capable of assessing numerous Geometric Dimensions and Tolerances (GD&T).

3D Scanning gives us powerful tools to supercharge the dimensional inspection of mechanical parts. Gone are the days of checking individual dimensions with a caliper or measuring tape. A single 3D scan can be used to check dozens or hundreds of Geometric Dimensions and Tolerances (GD&T) in a flash.

Watch as Brian Metzger, a TriMech Elite Applications Engineer, takes the process even further and shows the powerful automation tools that can be used to inspect large batches of parts automatically. We show how ZEISS Inspect (formerly known as GOM Inspect Professional) can easily recreate measurements on large quantities of parts.

During this automating QA Tasks on-demand webinar, you will learn:

  • Unlock the potential of 3D scanning for enhanced dimensional inspection of mechanical parts.
  • Move beyond traditional methods, replacing individual measurements with comprehensive 3D scans.
  • Harness the efficiency of a single 3D scan to evaluate dozens or hundreds of Geometric Dimensions and Tolerances (GD&T) instantly.
  • Explore automation tools, specifically ZEISS Inspect, for the automated inspection of large batches of parts, revolutionizing the inspection process.