ARAMIS Optical Strain, Optical Motion, Adjustable, High-Speed, 3D, SRX

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Displacement Measurement of a 3D mechanical part

ARAMIS is a non-contact and material-independent measuring system based on Digital Image Correlation and Photogrammetry. It offers a stable solution for full-field and point-based analyses of test objects of just a few millimeters up to structural components of several meters in size. The system performs high-precision measurements with a 3D measurement resolution in the sub-micrometer range, regardless of the specimen’s geometry and temperature. There is no need for time-consuming and expensive preparation for statically or dynamically loaded specimens and components.

ARAMIS is a clear alternative for foil gauges and extensometers while being 10x cheaper than a traditional mechanical gauge, 50x less labor/time, and providing 100x more data. With countless applications from FEA validation, material/structural testing/SHM, and high-speed measurements, ARAMIS Optical Strain Gauge is being utilized for a wide range of industries from Automotive, Aerospace, Biomechanics, and much more, making it the first tool of choice when it comes to material and structural testing.

3D coordinates

3D displacements, velocities, accelerations

ARAMIS provides

Surface strain

Evaluations of 6 degrees of freedom (6DoF)

 

ARAMIS ADJUSTABLE

Is the cheapest entry point to the world of GOM optical testing. Giving you the ability to build the system exactly to your specifications.

If you only need a 2D system then the ARAMIS Adjustable can be configured for that and be easily upgrade to a 3D if your testing needs to expand.

 

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ARAMIS Fixed Base

The latest camera technology with two 12-megapixel cameras provides a high spatial resolution. That way, not only small strain but also local strain effects in large measuring areas can be measured.

The robust housing design gives stability to the sensor and at the same time reduces the need for sensor calibration for applications in industrial environments.

The system can be used out of the box. The exchangeable camera frame and preset and certified measuring lenses allow for a fast adjustment of measuring areas.

Controlling the sensor using the GOM Testing Controller ensures stable communication between software and hardware. For high process reliability of the sensor, image acquisition can be monitored by the trigger assignment within the cameras.

Digital Image Correlation ARAMIS 3D Material Testing System
 

ARAMIS 3D High-Speed

ARAMIS 3D High-Speed combines high-speed imaging with the power of the ARAMIS Optical Strain software to measure components at any speed, for high strain rate materials testing, vibration analysis, and impact testing, from thousands to millions of frames per second (fps).

 

 

Complete ARAMIS High-speed optical strain measurement system

Multisensor DIC Systems

Multisensor systems allow you to obtain synchronized measurements from various perspectives to then be analyzed in a common coordinate system. Through combinations of various sensor sizes and positioning, you can record global data for your strain and deformation analysis. ARAMIS is a full-field, non-contact measurement system based on digital image correlation that takes the guesswork out of traditional testing methods and allows you to test large areas of an object for evaluation. Multisensor DIC set-ups, like ARAMIS, can be used in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, and materials.

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ARAMIS ACCEPTANCE TEST

ARAMIS optical systems measure strain with the ISO 9513's 0.5 class of accuracy, so it's approved for use in industries with higher accuracy demands. ARAMIS sensors' quality and performance capability are provided by the GOM Acceptance Test (GAT), which is based on VDI standards 2634-1 and 2626. Customers receive a GAT certificate for the purchased sensor, a DAkkS certificate for the optical scale used, and a detailed process description.

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February 1, 2023, Houston, TX

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Testing with Digital Image Correlation: Seminar & Workshop with Trilion at Stress Engineering Services

January 31, 2023, Houston, TX

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