We were so pleased to see you at "CT SOFTWARE 21" and hope you had an exciting time at our virtual event. The event is now closed. You can still visit our virtual showroom, which you will find at the existing address.
What's New 3.5 Overview (Volume Graphics)
Get an overview of the most important new features in version 3.5.
What's New in Metrology (Gerd Schwaderer, Product Manager Metrology & CAD at Volume Graphics)
Learn more about new metrology-related features such as automated annotations for min./max. deviations of a nominal/actual comparison and faster nominal/actual comparison calculations.
What's New in Porosity and Material Analyses (Sören Schüller, Product Owner Material Analyses & Product Manager Reco at Volume Graphics)
Learn more about new porosity/inclusion analysis features, especially the support of BDG Reference Sheet P 203, which allows you to perform a 3D evaluation regarding the most critical defect parameters within functional areas of a cast part according to the Reference Sheet P 203 of the Federation of German Foundry Industry (BDG).
What's New in Tool Correction, Mesh Compensation, and Reverse Engineering (Gerd Schwaderer, Product Manager Metrology & CAD at Volume Graphics)
Learn more about new features for tool correction, mesh compensation, and reverse engineering, such as the completely reworked Manufacturing Geometry Correction Module and enhanced mesh compensation for correcting 3D printing geometries.
What's New in Reporting (Johannes Knopp, Product Manager Automation & Inline at Volume Graphics)
Learn more about the remarkable new reporting features released in the latest updates, notably the new WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor.
What's New in Simulation and Volume Meshing (Pascal Pinter, Product Manager Material Research & Development at Volume Graphics)
Learn more about the vastly improved Volume Meshing Module and new features in the Structural Mechanics Simulation Module.
Remove Distortions from 3D Prints with Volume Graphics Mesh Compensation (Pascal Pinter, Product Manager Material Research & Development at Volume Graphics)
Find out how the mesh compensation feature makes creating a surface mesh that compensates for the difference between the actual object and a reference object easier than ever before, and why that makes it worth upgrading to our latest version.
Correct Injection Molding Tools Digitally Using the Next Generation Manufacturing Geometry Correction Module from Volume Graphics (Gerd Schwaderer, Product Manager Metrology & CAD at Volume Graphics)
Find out why the completely reworked Manufacturing Geometry Correction Module in version 3.5 makes correcting injection molding tools easier with new features, such as a new filter option for finding fit points, the ability to rigidly relocate patch compounds with constraints, and improved surface fitting with user-controlled smoothness of surface.
Convert CT Scans to CAD Data with the Volume Graphics Reverse Engineering Module (Gerd Schwaderer, Product Manager Metrology & CAD at Volume Graphics)
Find out how the auto surface function of the Reverse Engineering Module makes it easy to convert CT scans into CAD models that you can use in your CAD systems, and why that makes it worth upgrading to our latest version.
Analyze Deformations and Damage in Materials or Components with the Volume Graphics Digital Volume Correlation Module (Gerd Schwaderer, Product Manager Metrology & CAD at Volume Graphics)
Find out how the new Digital Volume Correlation Module makes quantifying displacements between an initial and deformed volume incredibly simple and intuitive using its voxel-based before and after comparison.
Methods for Inspecting Series of Parts Using CT and 3D Deep Learning (Sven Gondrom-Linke, Head of Technical Consulting at Volume Graphics / Johannes Knopp, Product Manager Automation & Inline at Volume Graphics)
Explore the huge potential that deep learning unlocks in serial inspection. After a short overview of methods for acquiring and handling a series of scans of similar parts, this session focuses on the different inspection methods available for processing them. The main focus will be the simulation-based machine learning method that Volume Graphics has developed for detecting and segmenting quality-relevant features in industrial CT data. Our experts will discuss how the application of artificial neural networks (ANN) in CT-based defect detection can deliver very accurate results in a very short time.
Empowering Smart Manufacturing through Connecting the Virtual and Physical Worlds (Sachin Mathur, Director Strategic Partnerships & Innovation Program at Hexagon AB)
Every manufacturer is generating data – every hour, every minute, every second of operations. But without structure and leverage, data has little value. Join this presentation to learn how you can digitally connect and orchestrate data from the physical and virtual worlds and from all functions and departments throughout the product lifecycle. Explore why data you already have is your most precious resource in implementing agile smart manufacturing processes and see how data drives collaborative innovation, increased productivity, and assured quality. Finally, we’ll look ahead to the ultimate form of data leverage – autonomous manufacturing processes.
Statistics Fueled by CT (Johannes Knopp, Product Manager Automation & Inline at Volume Graphics / Markus Pfirsching, Sales Engineer at Q-DAS)
Discover the benefits of fueling your statistics with CT data. In this presentation, you will learn how the combination of Volume Graphics VGSTUDIO MAX and VGinLINE with Q-DAS qs-STAT will provide you with insights you can use to make decisions that improve your product quality. See how transferring measurement information from Volume Graphics to Q-DAS software makes it possible to use this information for reports, protocols, or even statistical analysis.
CT and Complex Designs in AM – How to Get These Designs? (Dr. Thomas Reiher, Director Generative Design at Hexagon)
Who – or what – is responsible for generating the complex designs in AM? Dr. Thomas Reiher / MSC Software, part of Hexagon, introduces in this webinar the capabilities of Apex Software to generate bioni- looking shapes for AM, achieve lightweight designs, and speed up the development process while also saving costs.