What is Metrology Part 13: Object Recognition
This is an article focused on object recognition and how humans are doing such compared to computer systems. There is an attention to detail that humans have more then robots currently.
What is Metrology Part 12: 3D Reconstruction
In this article we are taking a closer look at 3D reconstruction. It is one of the many interesting fields to study under the lens of metrology and computer vision.
What is Metrology Part 11: Computer Vision
This is a brief article on the basics of computer vision as it is an important field to understand within metrology.
What is Metrology Part 10: Certification
In this article, we are discussing the viability of certifications and how this is especially of new importance within the metrology field.
What is Metrology Part 9: Machine Vision
This is a short excerpt on machine vision and how it relates to 3 dimensional imaging and metrology.
Improving Metrology in Additive Manufacturing
International researchers explore the role of additive manufacturing for geometrical measurements, along with current requirements and the potential for future research. Their findings are outlined in ‘Geometrical Metrology for metal…
What is Metrology Part 8: Complex Analysis, Optics, and Metrology
This is a brief summary on the physics behind metrology, optics, and the math behind it – complex analysis. This is a fun introduction to complex physics interactions within technology.
What is Metrology Part 7: GOM
This is an overview of the organization GOM and what it does in terms of 3D technology as well as scanning. It has an interesting value proposition in the way it wants to position itself within the market.
What is Metrology Part 6: Perceptron
This is a brief summary on the company Perceptron. We will analyze the company in terms of its metrology products, but also look a little bit more indepthly to their 3D scanning.
What is Metrology Part 4: Proto3000
This is an article highlighting the company Proto3000. It has an interesting business model within the metrology field as a B2B organization and it sparked my interest.
What is Metrology Part 3: FARO
This is an article highlighting the organization FARO. FARO is a major organization within the metrology field and especially within the 3D metrology field.
What is Metrology Part 2: CMM
This is an article that outlines CMM technology and how it is the basis of metrology. You will learn about some of the interesting physics involved within this field as well.
What is Metrology?
3D Metrology What is 3D metrology? Metrology is the science of measurement. It establishes a common understanding of units, crucial in linking and understanding human activities. When we apply metrology…
3D Printing News Briefs: May 16, 2019
We’ve got plenty of business news for you in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, starting with Additive Manufacturing Technologies’ impressive growth as of late. ExOne has announced a collaboration with…
3D Printing News Briefs: April 21, 2019
We’re beginning with an aerospace 3D printing story in 3D Printing News Briefs today, then moving on to news about some upcoming industry events and finishing with a little business….
Renishaw Using Metal 3D Printing to Create Custom Styli for Manufacturers
This past summer, Renishaw introduced a 3D printed version, made with its metal laser powder bed fusion technology, to its range of available styli. Now in the new year, the company is launching even…
3DPrint.com The Year in Review: 3D Printing 2018
2018 was a very exciting year in 3D Printing. If we look at the big trends we can see the rise of startups with tens of millions in investment, market…
NIST Achieving Better Laser Powder Bed Fusion 3D Printing Melt Pool Control By Implementing Laser Control
Laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) 3D printing uses a focused, high power laser to selectively melt geometric patterns into metal powder and build an almost fully dense, freeform object. The process,…
A New 3D Printing Benchmark: A Danish Artifact the DTA
Mandaná Moshiri, Guido Tosello and Sankhya Mohanty collaborated to create a new benchmark artifact for 3D printing. Their work was shared in conference proceedings of the Danish National Research Database. If…
3D Printing News Briefs: December 8, 2017
We’re throwing a lot of business news at you in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, starting with a recap of the largest 3D printing construction conference recently held in Copenhagen….
Tech Soft 3D’s Software Development Toolkits Improve Clients’ 3D Printing Capabilities
According to a market report by SmarTech, the market size for 3D printing will grow over 150% in the next four years; as it’s already at around $294 million, that’s…
NIST Builds Testbed 3D Printer to Study How Users Can Have More Control Over Metal Additive Manufacturing Processes
Two years ago, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), part of the US Department of Commerce, released a report on metal powder additive manufacturing, which included a set…
Laser 3D Scanning Put to Use to Ensure Quality of 3D Printed Medical Implants
We’ve seen Nikon Metrology‘s industrial measuring systems used before to verify the structure of 3D printed metal parts, and even to help restore a historic cake replica, and a recent…
Proto Labs Launches Metrology Lab and On-Demand Manufacturing for Injection Molding
Proto Labs has become well-known in the 3D printing industry, but the company, which was established in 1999, has actually only been in the 3D printing business for a few…