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Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence
 
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NORTH KINGSTOWN, R.I., March 15, 2018 — Measurement SoftwarePC-DMIS 2018 R1 measurement software from Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence AB allows users to easily convert AutoFeatures to points or quickly use the measured hits for new constructions and dimensions.

By converting each hit to a vector point, Optimize Path can be used to enhance the order of point measurement, reducing the number of probe tip changes and overall measurement time. New support for Q-DAS Traces enables easier analysis of PC-DMIS data. The new QuickSet control allows users to use both QuickFeature and GD&T Selection and still have the ability to modify measurement strategies.

Enhanced speed of QuickFeature measurement enables users to create multiple circles and cylinders with just one click, optimized for bolt hole patterns or whenever surfaces contain multiple features of the same size and shape. The latest edition also introduces improved Flush and Gap AutoFeature workflow for point cloud inspection. This improved workflow makes it even faster to extract multiple Flush and Gap AutoFeatures from an existing cloud of points object, most helpful when inspecting sheet metal seams.


Photonics.com
Mar 2018
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