Zeiss unveils quality solutions for aerospace webinars

As part of the ‘ZEISS Innovation Rocks’ digital innovation programme which kicks off with a live launch show on Tuesday 9th November 2021, customers will have the opportunity to join two webinars dedicated to providing quality inspection solutions for aerospace manufacturing:

Create better data for turbine blade manufacturing processes

(Thursday 11th November |  8am and 5pm)

What are the advantages of automated loading systems? What is the best way to use them? Find out now how you can increase your efficiency with computed tomography and automated loading systems and at the same time enable continuous, digital data management. This allows you to generate data quickly and accurately using the latest measurement technology.

Highlights of this webinar:

  • Become more productive: Get to know the optimised solutions from Zeiss and GOM now to actively increase your productivity.
  • Take off with automation: Discover our computer tomographs and automatic loading concepts for more efficiency in your production.
  • Work without interruption: Find out more about fully comprehensive data capture for end-to-end lifecycle management.

Click here to register for this webinar

 

Fast & efficient defect inspection in aircraft MRO

(Thursday 18th November |  8am)

How do I optimise my lifecycle management in aviation? Learn now about new portable solutions from Zeiss for maximum flexibility and a seamless workflow. Benefit from precise data for more safety and efficiency.

Highlights of this webinar:

  • Safely rule out defects: Discover analysis tools for surface defects and interior inspections now.
  • Always at hand: Discover the portable and handy all-in-one scanning solution from Zeiss now.
  • Expand your perspective: Find out now how to make the most of augmented reality features to match real-world objects.

Click here to register for this webinar

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