Maker Portraits

MMG: Meet the world's largest ship propellers

Newest Sessions

Maker Portraits

Precupa: Looking to a more sustainable future

Newest Sessions

Find the best position for your reference points

Maker Portraits

Fraunhofer IWU: Unique solutions for unique tasks

Getting Started

ZEISS Reverse Engineering: Tips and tricks

How to

How does photogrammetry work and why do you need it?

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Introduction to 3D mesh editing

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: All features of the remote control buttons

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: Scan fine details

Maker Portraits

HA Group: The future of foundry (ATOS & Scan Hawk)

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Maker Portraits

Maker Portraits

Precupa: Looking to a more sustainable future

Maker Portraits

Fraunhofer IWU: Unique solutions for unique tasks

Maker Portraits

Atka: The plastics specialists

Maker Portraits

RLL Racing: Technology wins races

Maker Portraits

Formlabs: 3D printing the future

Maker Portraits

Cowboy: E-bikes for urban riders

Maker Portraits

Stahlotec: Retrofit for steel colossi

Maker Portraits

fischer group: Innovative tube processing

Maker Portraits

From strip to rebuild: Rally car prep by BMA Autosport

Maker Portraits

HA Group: The future of foundry (ATOS & Scan Hawk)

Maker Portraits

Fagus: Lasts for the international footwear industry

Maker Portraits

MMG: Meet the world’s largest ship propellers

Maker Portraits

SST Flugtechnik: Aircraft design made in Germany

Maker Portraits

Energetic: The magic of turbine machinery

Maker Portraits

R.A.R. Antwerp: Good is never good enough

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One-Minute Insights

One-Minute Insight

Refer to direct help to use the software like a pro

One-Minute Insight

Reduce mouse miles with the Smart Creation button

One-Minute Insight

3D scan like a pro without a rotation table

One-Minute Insight

Data import from 3rd party scanners

One-Minute Insight

How to save time with Quick GD&T

One-Minute Insight

Use the Clipping Cube function to get a perfect view

Newest Sessions

Find the best position for your reference points

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How To

How to perform a
virtual assembly in
GOM Inspect

GOM Scan 1

Getting Started

GOM Scan 1: Measure with a measuring plate

Getting Started

GOM Scan 1: Your first use of GOM Inspect

Getting Started

GOM Scan 1: The setup

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Getting Started

GOM Scan 1: Calibration

Getting Started

GOM Scan 1: Unboxing

Getting Started

GOM Scan 1: Scanning Multiple Parts

Getting Started

GOM Scan 1: Introduction to part inspection

Getting Started

GOM Scan 1 for reverse engineering and 3D printing

Getting Started

GOM Scan 1: Select the right sensor for your application

Getting Started

GOM Scan 1: Scan a part with high levels of detail

Getting Started

GOM Scan 1: Measure both sides of an object

Getting Started

GOM Scan 1: Measure with a rotation table

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How to

How to scan and reprint broken parts

How to

How to inspect your 3D print with metrology

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T-SCAN hawk

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: Your first use of GOM Inspect

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: The setup

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: Unboxing your new 3D laser scanner

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Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: Get some useful tips & tricks

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: All features of the remote control buttons

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: Scan deep pockets with GOM Inspect

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: Scan fine details

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: The difference between red & blue lasers

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: Scanning in GOM Inspect, Part 3

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: Scanning in GOM Inspect, Part 2

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: Scanning in GOM Inspect, Part 1

Getting Started

T-SCAN hawk: How to use the integrated photogrammetry

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How to

How to 3D scan huge objects with photogrammetry

How to

How to use a portable 3D scanner in production

How to

How to use a 3D laser scanner in confined spaces

How to

How to use 3D scanning for dent detection

How to

How does photogrammetry work and why do you need it?

How to

How to compare two scans

How to

How to scan a complete vehicle

How to

How to scan large objects using a portable 3D scanner

How to

How to use 3D scanning to build up rally cars

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ATOS Q

Getting Started

ATOS Q: Start a project in GOM Inspect

Getting Started

ATOS Q: How to set up the system

Getting Started

ATOS Q: Unboxing your new 3D scanner

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Getting Started

ATOS Q: Tips & tricks to scan even faster

Getting Started

ATOS Q: Fast inspection with GOM Inspect

Getting Started

ATOS Q: Add single points with a touch probe

Getting Started

ATOS Q: How to measure big parts

Getting Started

ATOS Q: Change to a small measuring volume

Getting Started

ATOS Q: How to measure top and bottom of a part

Getting Started

ATOS Q: Measure with the automatic rotation table

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How to

How to perform a digital assembly in GOM Inspect

How to

How to 3D scan objects without reference points

How to

How to 3D scan faster with an automated rotation table

How to

How to get even more out of your ATOS Q

How to

How to use 3D scanning to build up rally cars

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T-SCAN

Getting Started

T-SCAN: Your first use of the hand-held 3D scanner

Getting Started

T-SCAN: Your first use of GOM Inspect

Getting Started

T-SCAN: How to set up your new laser scanner system

Getting Started

T-SCAN: Unboxing your new laser scanner system

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Getting Started

T-SCAN: Extend a measuring volume with surface best-fit

Getting Started

T-SCAN: Get some useful tips & tricks

Getting Started

T-SCAN: The difference between T-SCAN 10 and T-SCAN 20

Getting Started

T-SCAN: Extend the measurement volume with a touch probe

Getting Started

T-SCAN: Single-point measurements with the touch probe

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Get the 3D software,
start the project.

Software

GOM Inspect

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Software download & installation

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Learn to navigate the start screen

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Your first use of the software

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Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Workflow assistant

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Get some useful tips & tricks

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: How to export your 3D scan results

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Introduction to trend analysis

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: The best features for easy reporting

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Get started with 3D inspection

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Quick guide to 2D inspection

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: How to use multiple mesh alignments

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Mesh inspection without a CAD file

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Introduction to 3D mesh editing

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: How to import & align your scan data

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Introduction to GD&T inspection

Getting Started

GOM Inspect: Guide to easy part inspection

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How to

How to deliver first class report presentations

How to

How to find your perfect exposure time with GOM Inspect

How to

How to eliminate plastic warpage in Quality Control

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ZEISS Reverse Engineering

Getting Started

ZEISS Reverse Engineering: Edit and align meshes

Getting Started

ZEISS Reverse Engineering: Importing data

Getting Started

ZEISS Reverse Engineering: Tips and tricks

Getting Started

ZEISS Reverse Engineering: Most common functions

Getting Started

ZEISS Reverse Engineering: Software user interface

Getting Started

ZEISS Reverse Engineering: Download and installation

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How to

ZEISS Reverse Engineering: How to transform your 3D scans into CAD models

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