ATOS family

A powerful trio

High-precision optoelectronics, powerful software, and the signature blue-light projection make GOM’s industrial 3D scanners very attractive. Metrology engineers who work with ATOS enjoy cutting-edge technology. ATOS 5 for Airfoil is a new addition to the ATOS family. The system is used to inspect turbine blades in the aerospace industry.

The ATOS 5 product family


ATOS 5 for Airfoil

Precise scanning of the smallest details

Light source
LED
Measuring points per scan
12m
Working distance
530 mm

ATOS 5

High-speed 3D scanning system

Light source
LED
Measuring points per scan
8m or 12m
Working distance
880 mm

ATOS 5X

Automated scanning for large volumes

Light source
Laser
Measuring points per scan
12m
Working distance
880 mm

Hardware and software go hand in hand

The strength of the ATOS 5 systems lies in the combination of advanced hardware and intelligent GOM software. All models deliver high-precision, high-resolution scans at high speed. GOM Inspect uses this data to produce a digital twin of the actual part, which serves as a basis for inspection, analysis, adaptive machining, simulation, and reverse engineering. The product family includes ATOS 5 for various metrology tasks with measuring areas from 170 to 1,000 mm² and ATOS 5X with its ultra-bright laser light source for automated scanning of large measuring areas. The newest member, ATOS 5 for Airfoil, is the ideal measuring system for turbine airfoils.

A love of detail: ATOS 5 for Airfoil

The production, maintenance, and repair of gas turbine parts involve small manufacturing tolerances. With its optimized working distance and measuring areas from 100 × 70 mm², ATOS 5 for Airfoil delivers high-precision 3D data, for both manual and automated applications. Companies benefit from significantly shorter measuring times compared with conventional coordinate measuring machines. The system digitizes a fan blade in approximately 15 minutes and a complex blisk in about two hours.

Virtual possibilities

Digitization supplies 3D data for a detailed analysis in GOM Inspect. One data set can be used for any number of virtual alignments and to carry out various analyses, including sections. In addition, the software has functions for virtual assembly and the visualization and analysis of surface defects. It also contains design engineering tools for in-house inspection principles.