Zeiss Scanning Expansion with GOM Aquisition
Manufacturing Scanning Leader Zeiss Expands Portfolio Offering with GOM Acquisition
A vital aspect of manufacturing is ensuring that fixtures, injection molds, and production parts meet the standards and requirements asked by customers. Having reliable inspection technology gives a manufacturer and the customers alike the confidence that a part meets all requirements, or an understanding of what adjustments need to be made. Zeiss, the industry leader in inspection scanning technologies has expanded its footprint within blue light scanning with the acquisition of GOM.
The acquisition really enhances Zeiss blue light scanning offerings. GOM’s powerful ATOS Triple Scan has become heavily relied on scanner within the automotive industry and used heavily for sheet metal inspection. GOM also offers very sophisticated automated scanning cells and built-in inspection software that is widely used across the industry.
“The aim is to further strengthen this leading technological position together, especially in the area of optical digitization systems,” announced Zeiss. “The combination of existing products and solutions, as well as joint innovations in the future, will lay the foundation for shaping and entering new markets.”
It’s the industry standard in automotive and used heavily for sheet metal inspection and tooling inspection/reverse engineering. GOM also offers very sophisticated automated scanning cells and built-in inspection software that is widely used.
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