GOM, a company that develops software for 3D coordinate measuring technology and 3D testing, is now a member of the National Composites Centre (NCC). ‘We are extremely pleased to become Associate Members of the NCC, sharing our latest ATOS TripleScan system with our fellow NCC Members,’ said Steve Waldron, key account manager at GOM. ‘The NCC will also benefit with access to GOM Inspect software; the software which will allow the skilled engineers and technicians at the NCC to evaluate and share scan data. We see research and development centers like the NCC as critical in supporting the development of our new products and production methods.’

The NCC currently has over 40 members from a variety of sectors including, aerospace, automotive, renewables, oil and gas, transport and security and defence. GOM joins the associate membership community alongside 18 other engineering industry support providers.

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