Articles Tagged with ''coordinate measuring machines''

Advances in Model-Based Measurement Can Reduce CMM Programming Time

While manufacturers have applied model-based definition to product definition for some time, they have only recently applied it as a quality assurance process.

With more man-hours being spent on programming work, differences in worker-created measurement programs, and inefficient programs being created due to proficiency issues, the industry has moved from 2-D drawings to 3-D annotated models.


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Probe System

Mitutoyo America Corporation announced sales and support of the Renishaw PH20 probe system with the Crysta-Apex S500/700/900 series Coordinate Measuring Machines by Mitutoyo.


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Customer-centered Focus Results in Integrated Innovations

CMM manufactures study customers to enhance user experience.

Integrated innovations through a customer-centered perspective describe the newest features in Coordinating Measuring Machines (CMMs). A CMM is a measuring device tabulating the physical and geometrical traits of an object, typically a part. Manufactures of these machines are studying customers’ needs and how they use these machines.


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Frost & Sullivan: Adoption of Large-scale CMMs and Laser Trackers to Drive Demand from the Aerospace Industry

Applications involving inspection of aerostructures and aeroengines to boost demand for customized metrology solutions
The need for dimensional metrology solutions to measure new aircraft designs or the latest lightweight bodies and components will sustain the metrology market. Demand from leading aerospace manufacturers for customized, end-to-end solutions is the primary driver for the market.
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GCH Gets TLC from Zeiss

In-house inspection proves machining capabilities for precision manufacturer.

For a number of years, the GCH Group out of Warren, MI had successfully used outside resources for their quality inspection and reverse engineering needs.


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Charles J. Hellier has been active in the technology of nondestructive testing and related quality and inspection fields since 1957. Here he talks with Quality's managing editor, Michelle Bangert, about the importance of training.
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