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  • Achieving Very Fast Coordinate Measurement
    Optical coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) offer high single-point accuracy but do not allow for very rapid measurement. If you are looking for a very fast coordinate measurement, an automated 3D laser scanner may be a better fit.
  • 3D Measuring Technology in the Plastics Industry
    Innovative technologies, mobility and flexibility in measurement technology are playing a major role for more and more companies. In addition to fixed coordinate measuring machines or traditional measurement arms, optical systems are increasingly becoming firmly established in measurement
  • Retrofitting your CMMs with a 3D Laser Scanhead: Is it Worth it?
    If you already own a traditional Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM), you may have heard that you can retrofit it to convert it into a 3D scanner. This article explains the downsides to this approach.
  • High-Speed Scanning: The Future of CMM Measurement
    Companies competing in today's global market are being driven to cut manufacturing costs to survive. Ask any production engineer where his bottlenecks are in his overall process. Often, the coordinate measuring machine (CMM) or inspection department would be named as the area in most need of closer
  • Case Study: TURBOCAM
    machining and five-axis programming software. However, efficient inspection of ever increasing numbers of complex parts was frustrated by slow, tedious, stop-and-go measurement inspection on a legacy 3+2 axis coordinate measuring machine (CMM).
  • Software turns digitizing arm into instant inspection station
    Portable FaroArms are coordinate-measuring machines (CMMs) used in our facility to improve the fabrication of parts and weldments. Using the arm captures coordinates that can be turned into accurate dimensions and then compared to a print. A screen from CAM2 shows measuring guides for a complex
  • Medical Device Link .
    There is now a wide range of medical implants and an important requirement for their success is their form accuracy. The variety of techniques employed for the form measurement of medical implants can be divided into two broad platform groups: Coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) and dedicated form
  • Evolving Towards Digital
    Machine operators use keypads and computers to run tooling programs and measure parts with digital gages and coordinate measuring machines. By definition, CAD/CAM work is accomplished digitally. Machine tool controls have digital displays. On most tool presettersâ even simple ones without a vision

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