Volkswagen invests in mobile virtual measurement room from Creaform

Creaform announces that the Plastics business field (BF) of major automotive manufacturer Volkswagen Group has fitted its plant in Wolfsburg, Germany with a virtual measurement room equipped with Creaform measurement technologies, as part of a pilot project.

Volkswagen Group’s Plastics BF has chosen to use a pilot for the tactile measuring version and intends to use the virtual measurement room in the future for on-line measurements of the cockpit and front-end of the new Golf series vehicles. They plan to measure individual parts on the production line, which moves 4 meters forward within 56 seconds. In those 56 seconds, the cockpit and the front end will be probe-inspected with the HandyPROBE arm-free CMM. To this end, two pairs of C-Track dual-camera sensors are linked via the C-link functionality, while a fifth C-Trackis used as a separate measurement workstation enabling specific measurements as fast intervention station.

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The Creaform solution’s flexibility was a key factor for Volkswagen Group’s Plastics BF, as it can be easily adapted to meet future and/or changing needs. Plus, model changes can be easily and simply linked via the software, and there is no need to change the hardware.

Creaform has become a key partner in the automotive and transport industries; the Creaform technologies are more and more used at OEMs and suppliers in areas like design, engineering and reverse engineering, prototyping,simulation, manufacturing, quality control and design for the aftermarket.

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