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Version 2022.3: Announcing the New Displacement Analysis as an Alternative to Nominal/Actual Comparisons for Distorted Parts

Our newest release is full of long-awaited feature updates and exciting developments. You will benefit from brand-new features, such as the displacement analysis as an alternative to nominal/actual comparisons, the ability to tolerance the number of pores...


Version 2022.2: Introducing Native Support for Nonsymmetric Tolerance Zones for Profile Tolerance

In our latest release, you can look forward to native support for nonsymmetric tolerance zones for profile tolerances, the new slice area analysis, and curvature-based refinement for volume meshes, among other new and exciting features...


Volume Graphics Introduces Game-Changing CT-Based Measurement Features at Control 2022 Event

At Control (May 3–6, 2022, Stuttgart, Germany), the world's leading trade fair for quality assurance, Volume Graphics will show the latest versions of its software suite for analyzing and visualizing industrial computed tomography (CT) data: version 2022.1 ...


Version 2022.1: Introducing Our Game-Changing Adaptive Measurement Templates

Version 2022.1 offers much more than a brand new version number. In our latest release, users can look forward to shape-following adaptive measurement templates, using ROIs as a boundary for sphere-based wall thickness analysis, ...


New Improvements Enabling Geometrical Compensation of AM Parts

Particularly with metal AM technologies such as L-PBF or EB-PBF, part distortion can occur caused by large temperature variations and long build times. With the mesh compensation function, this can be solved. The latest release covers more advanced requirements and workflows including sintering compensation. ...


Simulation of the Characteristics of Complex Systems Based on CT Scan Data Using the Example of a Radar Altimeter Antenna

For the simulation on the model of the antenna created by reverse engineering, Dutruc’s team used an application-specific software to simulate the antenna ...


Version 3.5.2: Faster 3D Rendering Plus More Mesh Compensation and Reverse Engineering Functions

In version 3.5.2, users can look forward to faster 3D rendering, a new user interface to manipulate geometry elements, the option to add two different compensations with different scales in a single tool correction workflow, ...


Version 3.5.1: Introducing Ambient Occlusion, New P 203 Analysis Functions, and More Customizable Report Layouts

In version 3.5.1, users can look forward to ambient occlusion for more realistic shading in 3D renderings, the option to select and remove fit points using ROIs, new P 203 analysis functions, ...


Version 3.5: Introducing a Reworked Manufacturing Geometry Correction Module

In version 3.5.0, users can look forward to a completely reworked Manufacturing Geometry Correction Module, enhanced mesh compensation for correcting 3D printing geometries, and new BDG P 203 analysis functions, ...


Volume Graphics Offers Best Volume Meshing of CT Data According to Safran Study

Safran benchmarked volume meshing solutions from different vendors to find out that the Volume Meshing Module for VGSTUDIO MAX 3.4.4 offered the best results among the investigated methods.


Version 3.4.5: Introducing P 203 Analysis

Version 3.4.4 of VGSTUDIO MAX, VGSTUDIO, VGMETROLOGY, VGinLINE, and myVGL is now available. The new P 203 analysis of our Extended Porosity/Inclusion Analysis Module allows you to inspect cast parts for porosity according to the Reference Sheet P 203 of the Federation of German Foundry Industry (BDG) ...

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