LEVIS, QC, Canada, Feb 22, 2021 – Creaform, the worldwide leader in portable 3D measurement solutions and engineering services, announced that it will be hosting the first 2021 webinar of its Ask an expert series on March 4th. In this first iteration, the subject will be “3D Scanning vs. Traditional: Comparing CMM Accuracy in Automotive”. A must see for any industry professionals to scale up their production or quality control process, without sacrificing measurement accuracy and repeatability.
Traditionally, quality control (QC) and quality assurance (QA) in the automotive industry were tasks mostly undertaken with the help of a fixed CMM or a contact measuring arm. Today, however, companies are moving more and more towards automation for speed, efficiency, accuracy, repeatability, and to improve overall productivity. Now, robot-mounted 3D scanning CMM solutions are becoming the new norm in the QC and QA business.
In this presentation, Jérôme-Alexandre Lavoie, Product Manager at Creaform, and David Robichaud, Technical Product Manager at Creaform, will discuss these changes in the industry, the advantages and disadvantages of each CMM types and for which application they are most suitable for. Guest speaker Don Mahon, metrology specialist at 1 Source Metrology and a professional with more than 15 years of experience selling CMMs, will discuss real life challenges in the industry.
This webinar’s key features:
- 3D scanning CMM definition
- Comparison between 3D scanning vs traditional CMMs
- Real life challenges in the automotive industry
- ROI calculation tips for 3D scanning CMM
Register now for this free presentation to connect with Creaform’s experts and experience the technology in action.
Creaform develops, manufactures, and sells 3D portable and automated measurement technologies and specializes in engineering services. The company offers innovative solutions for applications such as 3D scanning, reverse engineering, quality control, non-destructive testing, product development, and numerical simulation (FEA/CFD). Its products and services cater to a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, consumer products, heavy industries, healthcare, manufacturing, oil and gas, power generation, research and education.
With headquarters and manufacturing operations in Lévis, Québec, Creaform operates innovation centers in Lévis as well as Grenoble, France, with direct sales operations in Canada, USA, Mexico, Brazil, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, China, Japan, Korea, Thailand and Singapore. Creaform is part of the Ultra Precision Technologies division of AMETEK Inc., a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annual sales of approximately $5 billion. For more information, visit www.creaform3d.com.