Biomechanics, Biomedical, Bone Implant, Cosmetic, Dental, Athletic Apparel Testing

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BIOMECHANICS & MEDICAL DEVICES

Optical 3D metrology has been established in the biomechanics & medical device industry for dynamic analyses of everything from implants and prostheses to bones, tendons, and ligaments. During strain, load, and fatigue tests, the mechanical properties of biomaterials and their behavior are analyzed. Major organizations in bioengineering, medical device manufacturing, medical research, and even athletic apparel use GOM systems to analyze new materials and to develop innovative products from the new materials.

Athletic Apparel & Footwear

Trilion supports most major players in the athletic equipment, apparel, and footwear industry with our systems and services. Quasi-static ARAMIS 3D systems analyze innovative materials. High-Speed ARAMIS 3D systems capture and analyze athlete movement. No matter the system, GOM tools are used to perfectly inform sports engineers and their design of game-changing apparel and footwear. Examples include motion capture and dynamic analysis of athlete movement in:

  • Footwear
  • Sports Bras
  • Athletic Tights
  • And more!

 

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Biomechanics & Bone Implants

Trilion supports companies and research groups in the biomechanics and bone-implant industries with our ARAMIS 3D systems and our consulting services. Examples of standard applications are:

  • Micromotion measurements between bones and implant
  • Joint dynamics and motion capture
  • Strain quantification on bones and implants
  • Tendon repair studies
  • Impact and dynamic tests on prosthetics

 

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Cosmetics

While beauty is in the eye of the beholder, success in the beauty industry is in the hands of researchers using ARAMIS 3D systems. GOM products provide the ability to quantify the impact of products and procedures. Examples of standards applications are:

  • Lift&Plumping (volumetric surface comparison)
  • Skin elasticity (residual strain)
  • Product effectiveness quantification
  • Plastic surgery
  • Skin changes: plumping (volumetric surface comparison)
  • Botox quantification and effective life
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Dental & Orthodontics

Both research and practice of dentistry benefit from the GOM’s ATOS 3D digitizer. ATOS 3D scan data is precise and can be downstream accurately to enable smooth and seamless integration in CAD software packages and rapid prototyping processes. Examples of use cases are:

  • Planning and reporting progress of orthodontic treatment
  • Scanning implant models for CAD/CAM process chains
  • Calculating implant alignment, shape, dimension, etc.
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Our ARAMIS SRX platform is extremely reliable and was designed with material testing in mind. It's rigid fixed camera base offer unparalleled calibration stability and ease-of-use.  

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