Volume Graphics introduces the next version of its product family for the analysis and visualization of industrial computed tomography (CT) data: Version 3.5.2 of VGSTUDIO MAX, VGSTUDIO, VGMETROLOGY, and VGinLINE. 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, the possibility to create a CAD model using fewer control points, and the ability to place arbitrary report content in sections, among other new and exciting features.
We've improved performance when it comes to rendering scenes that include a large number of ROIs and/or volumes, leading to a better user experience in heavily populated scenes, as is the case with multipart analyses and complex segmentations. The user experience is significantly improved by an up to 10 times higher frame rate, depending on the combination of items in the scene.
A new user interface for geometry element manipulation improves usability with a consistent look and feel and enhanced interactivity.
Users now have the option to add two different compensations with different scales in a single tool correction workflow (for example, compensate part deviations and tool shrinkage). Get a full STL model, which can be used to export a compensated tool to VISI's "target driven deformation" or for sintering processes where change happens in two process steps.
Users can now create a CAD model using fewer control points for large scans or for complex shapes, where fitting a larger number of control points may fail otherwise. This method comes in handy when less accurate results are acceptable.
With absolute references, users enjoy an entirely new level of customization in reports by adding content that may reference any results anywhere in a report. For example, users can now create title sections that reference arbitrary results from a report, overview sections that aggregate several results, or comparison pages that put similar results next to each other.
*Depending on the platform, there may be differences in the range of functions for different operating systems. See our continuously updated Product Information page for more details.
VGSTUDIO MAX 3.5.2, VGSTUDIO 3.5.2, VGMETROLOGY 3.5.2, and VGinLINE 3.5.2 are available now. Volume Graphics is happy to provide quotes upon request.
Volume Graphics offers free evaluation versions of VGSTUDIO MAX 3.5.2, VGSTUDIO 3.5.2, and VGMETROLOGY 3.5.2 for temporary use.
myVGL 3.5.2 is available free of charge and can be requested on the Volume Graphics website.
About Volume Graphics and Hexagon
Volume Graphics GmbH has been developing software for non-destructive testing based on industrial computed tomography (CT) for over 20 years. Customers around the world, e.g., from the automotive, aerospace, and electronics industries, use Volume Graphics software for quality assurance in product development and production. In addition to its headquarters in Heidelberg, the company has branches in the USA, Japan, Singapore, and China. Learn more at www.volumegraphics.com and follow us @volume_graphics.
Since 2020, Volume Graphics has been part of Hexagon. Hexagon is a global leader in sensor, software and autonomous solutions. We are putting data to work to boost efficiency, productivity, and quality across industrial, manufacturing, infrastructure, safety, and mobility applications. Our technologies are shaping urban and production ecosystems to become increasingly connected and autonomous – ensuring a scalable, sustainable future.