Quality starts with Q
ATOS Q: the high performer of industrial 3D scanning
A 3D scanning solution for complex measurement and inspection tasks
Reliable, versatile and compact
Designed for industry use
Packed with cutting-edge technology
Fast results, exceptional performance
High-speed precision with Blue Light Technology
Extremely versatile and ready for any challenge
Shaping quality with multiple measuring volumes
The interchangeable lenses of ATOS Q 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.
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How to perform a digital assembly in GOM Inspect
Watch how Toon uses the digital assembly feature in GOM Inspect to virtually align several parts of an engine block to each other and inspect them for material thickness errors. After scanning the parts with the mobile ATOS Q, the digital assembly can be analyzed.
How to 3D scan objects without reference points
How can you 3D scan an object when reference points are not allowed or wanted? Let Norman show you: With the versatile ATOS Q, no reference points are needed, as GOM Inspect can easily calculate the position of the object by best fit – if you have enough surface data.
How to 3D scan faster with an automated rotation table
Find out how Norman saves time when 3D scanning small or mid-sized objects: By placing them on an automated rotation table, he takes the first step towards a faster, fully automated scanning workflow. The result: more time to prep the next scan – or longer coffee-breaks.
How to get even more out of your ATOS Q
Let Dokus show your the benefits of upgrading your ATOS Q with GOM Inspect Pro Line: The software offers a wide range of extra features for analysis and inspection and improved functionality. Three of the powerful add-ons are:
1) the use of a touch probe with your system to combine scanning and probing.
2) the use of your system as a live tracking device.
3) the use of your system as a projector – to project elements directly onto the part.
ATOS Q: How to measure big parts
Use the 3D scanner ATOS Q to scan a large part with the measuring volume MV500. Even if the object is bigger than the measuring volume, you can capture it easily using reference points and stitching scans to get a high quality result including small details.
00:42 Start new project and perform first scan
01:24 Stitching scans with reference points
02:01 Finish scan
ATOS Q: How to measure top and bottom of a part
In this video, Dokus measures a part from the top and the bottom side to create a digital twin. A fast and easy workflow with the 3D scanner ATOS Q, assisted by the automatic rotation table and GOM Inspect Suite. After measuring, simply combine and polygonize the data.
00:38 Start new project
00:54Use rotation table
01:38 Flip over the part
01:55 New measurement series
02:42 Combine top and bottom
03:23 Polygonize and recalculate
ATOS Q: Measure with the automatic rotation table
Learn how to use the automatic rotation table to speed up the 3D scanning workflow with ATOS Q. GOM Inspect Suite allows you to choose the number of automatic rotations. A rule of thumb: With 8 rotations you capture almost every aspect of the part.
00:45 Rotate rotation table
01:14 Select scanning template and perform first scan
01:41 Use rotation table
02:20 Polygonize and recalculate
ATOS Q: Add single points with a touch probe
Learn how to use a touch probe to capture 3D data. Dokus shows you how to scan in difficult-to-reach areas and explains guided touch probe measurements in GOM Inspect Suite.
00:27 The touch probe
00:49 Live workspace
01:16 Select touch probe
01:44 Finish measurement
02:00 Guided touch probe measurements
02:42 Start guided touch probe measurements
ATOS Q: Tips & tricks to scan even faster
Dokus gives valuable tips on using the 3D scanner ATOS Q. Learn how to measure the automatic exposure time and move the focus point, how to change into fast scan mode – if you don’t need details – or how to manually cut out points.
00:42 Automatic exposure time
00:59 Move the focus point
01:36 Fast scanning
02:22 Cut out points
02:52 Selection tools
ATOS Q: Start a project in GOM Inspect
Let Dokus show you how to make your first scan with GOM Inspect. He takes you from the start screen to the checkered flag: a very detailed mesh. See different workspaces and scanning templates. Learn how to scan and watch what happens when you rotate the table.
00:42 Start software
01:33 Digitizing workspace
01:58 Main toolbar
02:22 First scan and cut out background
02:50 Reference points
03:18 Polygonize and recalculate
ATOS Q: Fast inspection with GOM Inspect
Learn how to perform a fast inspection in GOM Inspect by preparing a project in the inspection workspace, including the prealignment of a CAD file and a surface comparison. After the first scan, you can immediately look at the results.
All functions shown are available in the current software version.
00:29 Prepare the project
00:53 Inspection workspace
01:44 Surface comparison
02:04 Digitizing workspace
02:30 Automated recalculation through parametrics
ATOS Q: Unboxing your new 3D scanner
Meet Dokus and the ATOS Q with its two cases. The first case contains the ATOS Q sensor and everything you might need on location, from rotation table to measuring volumes or the calibration plate. The second, smaller case contains the laptop and the mobile controller.
00:27 The case
00:50 First compartment level
01:05 Second compartment level
01:26 Bottom compartment level
01:34 Mobile controller
01:52 The laptop
ATOS Q: How to set up the system
Watch Dokus set up the ATOS Q scanner and connect the sensor to the laptop. From opening up the mobile controller and mounting the sensor on the tripod to plugging in the licence key and connecting the automatic rotation table, he guides you step by step
ATOS Q: Change to a small measuring volume
If you need a high resolution for a small, detailed object, switching measuring volumes is easy with this 3D scanner. Dokus shows you step by step how to prepare and change the lenses, define the measuring volume in GOM Inspect Suite and calibrate the sensor.
How to use 3D scanning to build up rally cars
In this video, Toon shows you how the scanners ATOS Q and T-SCAN hawk assist the process of turning a road-going car into a rally car. After stripping down the car, generating 3D data allows you to get a full digital copy for reverse engineering.