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4.1.

2014

Training

Inspector John Doe Company GOM mbH

Department Sales Location Braunschweig Date 04.01.2014 Project GOM Inspect Part GOM Training Object

Overview

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User Interface

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Import Data

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A lign Data

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Surface Comparison

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Inspection Section

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Surface Deviation Labels

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Construct Elements

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I-Inspect

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Combined Label

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User Interface - Workspaces The User Interface is separated in workspaces. Important tools are grouped together in the colored main toolbars.

Inspection

Reporting

Mesh Editing

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User Interface - Handles Use the colored handles to show or hide explorer, properties and toolbar.

Explorer

Properties

Toolbar

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User Interface . the overview explorer and the report explorer. Element Explorer O verview Explorer Report Explorer 5/41 .Explorer The explorer contains all elements of your project. It is organized in three categories: The element explorer.

Each object has its own attributes.Properties The properties tab allows you to change each object's characteristic. Element Properties for 3D V iew Element Properties for Report Page 6/41 .User Interface .

User Interface .Toolbar The toolbar is separated in different categories: Clipping Toolbar Image Mapping Selection 7/41 .

Scroll to zoom Press to move Click left to rotate Click right for context menu 3D V iew 8/41 . rotate and zoom your elements with your mouse.3D View The 3D view displays all of your data . You can also use the coordinate system.User Interface .move.

Picture in Picture (PiP) Use the PiP functionalities to visualize an overview for your zoomed data inside your report pages. Selection Groups Show Zoom Area Rotation from 3D View Zoom Automatically Picture in Picture (PiP) 9/41 .User Interface .

Show all (on/off) Reset sorting C hange template Edit (on/off) Export Maximize window Table with sorted elements 10/41 .Table Think of the table like a wrapper for all your figures in your project. You can sort.User Interface . filter and select your data in a fast and powerful way.

Type a keyword and the software will suggest the available options for you.Direct Help In the direct help you find information on functions and their parameters.User Interface . Direct Help 11/41 .

Import options Open project Import as new data 12/41 .Import Data You can drag your files into GOM Inspect and drop them onto the desired area.

Exercise 1 Import the CAD Data Drag and drop exercise_files/gom_part.g3d 3 Go on with the Tutorial 13/41 .Import Data .stp 2 Import the Measured Data Drag and drop exercise_files/gom_part.

The alignment functions are located in the Inspection workspace. C reate Alignment Inspection workspace Alignment functions 14/41 .Align Data The alignment of your imported data is an important step before starting an inspection.

Exercise 1 Prealignment Switch to Inspection workspace and create a Prealignment 2 Best-Fit Alignment Create a Best-Fit Alignment (please use the checkbox) 3 Return to Reportworkspace and Go on with the Tutorial 15/41 .Align Data .

- = - = 16/41 .Surface Comparison An easy way to visualize differences between CAD data (Nominal) and measured data (Actual) is a surface comparison. You can substract the CAD data from the measured data or vice versa.

Exercise 1 Create a Surface Comparison on CAD Data Switch to Inspection workspace Select from main toolbar >> Surface Comparison >> Surface Comparison on CAD 2 Create a Surface Comparison on Measured Data Select from main toolbar >> Surface Comparison >> Surface Comparison on Actual 3 Return to Report Workspace and Go on with the Tutorial 17/41 .Surface Comparison .

Inspection Section Look inside your data and detect differences with an inspection section. Inspection Section (Reference Plane: Plane Z . Position: 30mm) 18/41 .

Inspection Section .Exercise 1 Create an Inspection Section Switch to Inspection workspace Select from main toolbar >> Inspection Section 2 Cut through the middle of the GOM Letters Select in the dialog >> Plane >> Reference Plane >> Plane Z Select in the dialog >> Plane >> Position >> 30mm Click Create 3 Return to Report Workspace and Go on with the Tutorial 19/41 .

Surface Deviation Labels With a deviation label you can capture the specific value from a specific point you clicked on. Inspection Section with Deviation Labels 20/41 . They are colored for an easy way of distinction.

Exercise 1 Create some Surface Deviation Labels Switch to Inspection workspace Select from main toolbar >> Pointwise Inspection >> Deviation Labels Hold the CTRL-Button while clicking on the section Press ESC to leave this function 2 Return to Report Workspace and Go on with the Tutorial 21/41 .Surface Deviation Labels .

File Edit View Construct Inspection Operations Help 22/41 . These elements are used to define areas of interest that can be analyzed.Construct Elements In order to make more complex inspections you need to construct elements (geometry elements).

Construct Elements .Exercise 1 Construct Surface Points Switch to Inspection workspace Select from Explorer >> Nominal >> CAD >> gom_part.stp Press E on your keyboard to make the CAD data visible exclusively Select from menu bar >> Construct >> Point >> Surface Point Construct a few surface points somewhere on the surface of the CAD 2 Return to Report Workspace and Go on with the Tutorial 23/41 .

GD&T and Check.I-Inspect The powerful I-Inspect is an aggregation of the most important inspection tools inside of GOM Inspect. Measuring Principle. Blade Measuring Principle GD&T C heck 24/41 . There are: Blade.

Measuring Principle This is a collection of functions to speed up your inspection workflow.I-Inspect . A Measuring Principle is like a group of actions which are performed when applying it to an element. 25/41 .

Exercise 1 Apply the Measuring Principle "Project Point Onto Actual" Switch to Inspection workspace Select from Explorer >> Nominal Elements >> Geometries >> Surface Points Select from main toolbar >> I-Inspect Click on the green Measuring-Principle button Select >> Project Point Onto Actual* * "Project Point Onto Actual" takes the selected points on the CAD data (Nominal) and projects them on the measured data (Actual).Measuring Principle .I-Inspect . The projection creates new actual elements and links them to the nominal elements. 2 Return to Report Workspace and Go on with the Tutorial 26/41 .

I-Inspect . 27/41 .Check You can get specific values for an element by applying a "Check" function.

3 Return to Report Workspace and Go on with the Tutorial 28/41 . The Check tells you if the element is within or outside of tolerance.I-Inspect .Check .Exercise 1 Check the X Coordinate of the Surface Points Switch to Inspection workspace Select from Explorer >> Nominal Elements >> Geometries >> Surface Points Select from main toolbar >> I-Inspect Click on the blue Check button of I-Inspect Select from Check menu >> X Coordinate 2 Change the Label Template of the Surface Points Click on the Magnifier icon in the center of I-Inspect (make sure your surface points are still selected) Select >> Choose Label Template >> Results* * The Results label contains the values for Nominal. Actual and their Deviation.

Label and Metalabel Labels are available for each element and its inspection results. Different types of Labels 29/41 . To reduce the amount of labels in large projects they are combined (Metalabel).

Although bound together in a Metalabel you can still select each value separately by clicking on it. 2 Return to Report Workspace and Go on with the Tutorial 30/41 .Label and Metalabel .Exercise 1 Check the Y Coordinate of the Surface Points Switch to Inspection workspace Select from Explorer >> Nominal Elements >> Geometries >> Surface Points Select from main toolbar >> I-Inspect Click on the blue Check button of I-Inspect Select from Check menu >> Y Coordinate* * The labels of the surface points should now contain the values for the X and Y coordinates.

Create Report Page 3D A rrangements Final Document 31/41 .Reporting The final step in your inspection process is to capture your analyses. format the data and export a well-ordered document.

The various templates allow you to capture both an image and the necessary data from your 3D view. Preview on a Title Report Page 32/41 .Reporting .Report Page Preview Creating a report page from your 3D data is very easy and straight forward.

Report Page Preview .Reporting .Exercise 1 Create a Title Page for Your Report Switch to Inspection workspace Select from main toolbar >> Create Report Page Select from report page preview >> Templates (the orange dropdown) >> Title Select from report page preview >> Namefield >> Type in a name for this page Select from report page preview >> OK 2 Return to Report workspace and Go on with the Tutorial 33/41 .

Keyword Button inside Main Toolbar Keyword Dialog Keywords on Title Page 34/41 .Keywords We recommend you to use our preset of keywords to identify your project and your report.Reporting .

Reporting .Exercise 1 Define Keywords Stay in Report workspace Select from main toolbar >> Define Project Keywords Enter your data inside the dialog and click OK* * The keywords will now appear on your title page 2 Go on with the Tutorial 35/41 .Keywords .

Editing Customize your pages with the assistance of the more advanced reporting tools.Reporting . Templates Explorer Master Pages Edit Toolbar 36/41 . Embed an image or edit your report pages.

Reporting .Exercise 1 1 Fill the 3D Placeholder and Adjust the Legend Click on the Edit button inside the 3D placeholder below Doubleclick the topmost number of the legend inside the edit window (passe-partout) Type 0.2 and make sure the Connect-Values button is activated Click somewhere outside the inputfield to apply Click OK 2 Go on with the Tutorial 37/41 .Editing .

Exercise 2 1 Embed an Image Stay on this page Select from the edit toolbar at the bottom >> Create Image Hold the left mouse button and drag a rectangle The file dialog will appear >> Select an Image* Place image here Create Image in Edit Toolbar 2 Go on with the Tutorial 38/41 .Editing .Reporting .

Reporting . Export as PDF Report Pages PDF Document 39/41 .Export PDF We recommend you to use our preset of keywords to identify your project and your report.

Exercise 1 Click on the Export PDF Button Stay in Report workspace Select from main toolbar >> Export PDF* * The default settings will produce a high quality PDF. 2 Go on with the Tutorial Export as PDF-Dialog 40/41 .Export PDF .Reporting . Keep an eye on the folder and export options.

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