With the Volume Graphics product family – consisting of VGSTUDIO MAX, VGSTUDIO, VGMETROLOGY, VGinLINE, and myVGL – all kinds of analyses and visualizations can be carried out directly on data from industrial computed tomography (CT). 

Version 3.2 Is Here

In version 3.2, users benefit from new options for tool and geometry corrections, quicker analysis of repetitive structures, a completely reworked automation tool, and a more meaningful assessment of mechanical effects of porosity to name just a few of the new features. Especially for globally active companies Volume Graphics is introducing a new Global Floating license. 

Version 3.2 Offers:

  • digital correction of casting or molding tools or 3D printing geometries;
  • "golden" surfaces to define measurement plans even if no CAD model is available;
  • intuitive sequential alignment of two objects;
  • preparation and testing of VGinLINE Jobs in VGSTUDIO MAX;
  • quicker analyses on multiple, periodically arranged regions;
  • direct assessment of the mechanical effect of porosity;
  • import of FIB/SEM data; 
  • a new Global Floating license type to use one license flexibly throughout the world; and
  • many more new features and improvements.

Read more about version 3.2 on our dedicated release page: 

       

Availability of the New Version

VGSTUDIO MAX 3.2, VGSTUDIO 3.2, VGMETROLOGY 3.2, and VGinLINE 3.2 are available now. Volume Graphics is happy to provide quotes upon request.

Volume Graphics offers free evaluation versions of VGSTUDIO MAX 3.2, VGSTUDIO 3.2, and VGMETROLOGY 3.2 for temporary use.

myVGL 3.2 is available free of charge and can be requested on the Volume Graphics website.

The Manufacturing Geometry Correction Module can determine a correction of the tool from the deviations of the manufactured part from the nominal CAD geometry.

The new Manufacturing Geometry Correction Module is available for VGSTUDIO MAX, VGMETROLOGY, and VGMETROLOGY ES

How the Manufacturing Geometry Correction Module corrects, e.g., an injection mold in six steps

The golden surface function lets you create an average surface of the parts