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    running atos unattended

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  5. Addition to my previous post: In some GOM-projects these 'Designated Areas' (Creo term) are visible as 'CAD Bodies' in the sub explorer. Once they are displayed here they can be selected easily. The thing is: I don't know how they got there.
  6. Dusan, would it be a possibility to share the inspection drawing/definition and the project through our support team with us? The reason for asking, we had an internal discussion on your request and would need some more details. Looking forward, Jens
  7. Hello Mario, this is just a hint by the software. You created an element but it is not documented in the report yet. It is possible to accept this in the Project Guide or you include the label on some report page. By "label is not shown", do you mean the label is not shown in the report or is it not visible in any workspace? Regards, Nanno
  8. Hi, your project setting sounds a little bit strange and may be it is much better that you contact your local GOM partner in your country. Usually you would take the following steps: Measure your photogrammetry Scan your part depending to this photogrammetry Align your scanned data to the CAD, e.g via Prealignment (automatically all the measurement lists are also transformed into the CAD coordinate system) If you only measure via photogrammetry you can align this data also usually with a '3-Point alignment' to get nearer to your CAD and an additional 'Local Bestfit alignment' of all photogrammetry points to your CAD (if the photogrammetry points are stucked to your measured part) Of course, you can also construct local geometrical primitives, e.g a plane or a cylinder, directly on a subset of your photogrammetry points and you can use these geometries to establish an alignment (via 'Geometric alignment') Hope this helps?! Regards, Bernd
  9. Hallo Stefan, ist die Kurve im Diagramm bereits über die Länge dargestellt? Gruß, Nanno
  10. Thanks for your comment! Kind Regards Samkit
  11. Hello, depending on you actual data it can be that a slightly tilted datum is the correct solution according to ISO 5459. In short in your case a chebyshev outside plane has to be computed and it can that using this tilt angle allows to compute a plane with a smaller difference between the datum and the actual data as it would a parallel plane. But this is not an error but in full accordance to the ISO standards. Nevertheless there is no difference in accuracy between the free and the professional version. Of course there are missing features (e.g. active parametrics, scripting, trend analysis and more), but nothing like smaller accuracy. Best regards Christoph Schult
  12. When I want to create a new deviation label in GOM Inspect 2020 Lite I get the message " The element is not included in the report" and label is not shown. Please advice.
  13. Hi, I am using ATOS Triple scan and ATOS V8SR1 software. For my project I have done a photogrammtry and created a reference points. How to alingn this reference points to the fixture cad model before scanning the part. In my project CAD model is in different alingment, photogrammetry in different alingment and scan measurement series in different alignment. How to group them in single alingment and create a master scan template. Is there any way to edit global reference points 'XYZ Coordinate) in measurement series?
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  15. Hello, my name is Samkit and I am learning GOM Inspect. I am good in G D and T and want to define a primary datum using fitting element option, I selected all the planes (6 in number) which are basically the assembly positions. All these planes are lying on same plane but at different area. After creating the Primary Datum A, when I visualize it I can see the Datum is not lying on the 6 assembly plane area but it is bit tilted which I guess should not be the case. Is it because I am using Inspect Suite and not professional? which have some accuracy issues? Any comment is appreciable. Thanks Kind Regards Samkit
  16. Hello, I am writing to ask if the obd2gomxml.py script still only works for exporting shell elements from ABAQUS? Is there another way to export different element types? When I browse through the script this is the impression I get. V/r, Austin odb2gomxml.py
  17. Hallo, ich möchte die Maßabweichung entlang einer Kurve in einem Diagramm, bzw. später dann einer csv-Datei sichtbar machen und auswerten. Soweit habe ich das auch alles hinbekommen - ist ja auch gut erklärt an diversen Stellen. Allerdings ist meine Kurve nicht einfach ein Strich, sondern ein „Rundlauf“ einmal im Viereck am Rand um die Form herum. Das Diagramm macht soweit auch Sinn, allerdings habe ich folgendes Problem, was die Auswertung enorm erschwert. Ich kriege nicht eine Kurve (Länge/Position auf der Kurve aufgetragen gegen die Abweichung) im Diagramm (wie ich es gerne hätte), sondern in jeder Ecke fängt das Diagramm quasi von vorne an, sodass ich 4 einzelne Kurven erhalte, die aber in einem Diagramm zusammen sind. Natürlich könnte ich einfach die umlaufende Kurve in 4 Teile teilen, sodass ich dann jede Seite einzeln habe, allerdings wollte ich hier erstmal nachfragen ob es nicht eine „professionellere“ Lösung für mein Problem gibt. Vielen Dank im Voraus!
  18. Frequently, only a particular 'portion' or 'sub-area' of a surface needs to be measured due to the fact that outside this portion the part does not contact its counterpart. In the CAD software this can be done by drawing a sketch on the surface and make it a 'designated area'. (in Creo terminology, other packages might name it differently) This area can be exported in the STEP model. You can think of it as a kind of infinitely thin sticker. The designated area appears as a spotty region on the CAD-model in GOM Inspect: So far, everything is fine 😃 The problem is in the selection of this area. Just pointing and clicking works 50% of the time. Often the whole surface is selected, instead of the designated area. I worked around this by assigning a unique color to each area and use 'Select by Patch Color'. This sometimes takes a very large number of different colors, about 20 in the model that I am presently working on. Is there some other selection method available? Can these areas be selected in the explorer somehow? Does it help to import the native model instead of the STEP file?
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    Export Keywords in QDAS format

    Hello, the dialog you posted is for Keywords used to display them on a report page in our software, for example. Keywords for QDAS are defined in the Properties tab on the right: Regards, Nanno
  20. Hello, to answer your questions Correct The only inspect the resulting deviation plot. The minimum label points to the minimum deviation value (with respect to the sign) and the maximum label to the maximum label. Yes your picture seems to be correct. Best regards Christoph Schult
  21. Many thanks! Now, it's working.
  22. Hello, at the company where I work we started to move from Piweb to eMMA to do statistical analyses but the mess plan from our costumer can not be imported directly in the software eMMa (BMW ipp as .csv), this software can also import Qdas files but when I try to export from gom with this format the keywords can not be changed, there are just two options: It does not matter if there are more keywords in the Report work space. Is it possible to add more keywords in this format?
  23. Hi All, I noticed that deviation labels for surface profile tolerances and those for position tolerances behave differently. It seems to me that surface profile labels are positive when actual is higher than nominal (too much material, positive surface deviation). Position tolerance labels are lot harder to understand. They seem to depend on the positive direction of the datum's normal, which usually is pointing out of the material. In below example, if all points of the rim are "below" their nominal position (as in #1), do they all have a positive deviation, because the datum's normal is pointing downward? And how do the min/max labels behave? Is the picture correct? If it isn't, can anyone please correct it? I attached the PowerPoint: Presentation.pptx
  24. Hallo, ich habe das Verhalten versucht bei uns nachzustellen: Wenn Ihr Bezugssystem, das Sie für das Linienprofil angeben, wirklich dieselbe Ausrichtung darstellt, funktioniert es meines Erachtens wie intentioniert. Das bedeutet, dass das Soll- und Ist-Koordinatensystem in der Ausrichtung D/B/E identisch sind und das Soll-/Ist-Koordinatensystem die Transformation von D/B/E in einer anderen Aurichtung repräsentiert. Das können Sie ganz einfach überprüfen: Wechseln Sie in die Ausrichtung D / B / E, erstellen Sie ein Koordinatensystem im Original mit den Richtungen aus dem Globalen Koordinatensystem, wenden Sie das Messprinzip 'Als Ist-Element kopieren' an. Verwenden Sie dieses Koordinatensystem als Bezugssystem für die Linienprüfung. Wenn Sie jetzt Ihre Ausrichtung ändern, sollte der Wert auf den gleichen Wert wie in der Ausrichtung D / B / E ausgewertet werden. Sollte dies für Ihr Projekt nicht funktionieren, müssen Sie sich an den GOM Support wenden, da wir Ihre Konstruktion in Ihrem Projekt untersuchen müssen (nur mit gültigem Supportvertrag möglich). Hoffe das hilft?! MfG, Bernd Alpers
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    Principal stress angle

    Hi Eduarda, the software can't do this out of the box. Its also a question of definition of the angle. Angle between vector and ?? ? Please find two scripts attached. Theses scripts does not calculate angles, but exporting this vectors for each facet in a csv file. So you can calculate the angles by yourself in your own definition. Hope that helps! Best regards Steffen export_major_strain_directions.py export_minor_strain_directions.py
  26. Hi Si, we cannot put the undeformed coordinates to each stage. Just use the export file of the reference stage. So you can add these values afterwards, if you need it. What is the purpose for that? You maybe can also check displacement x, y, z and export this values too. Then you are able to calculate backwards to references coordinates. Best regards Steffen
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