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How does SHINE make laser scanning a more dependable metrology tool?

As part inspection moves into more and more areas of manufacturing, better technology is required to make measurement data collection easier and more reliable. The SHINE technology embedded in the Absolute Scanner AS1 is a giant leap in the right direction.

Saving time and money with a measuring arm that has a repeatable probe mounting

One of the most significant evolutions to portable metrology systems in recent years has been the introduction of the repeatable mounting for touch probes and 3D scanners. The Absolute Arm product range from Hexagon uses a kinematic joint that enables probes and scanners to be mounted on the arm quickly and (most importantly) without compromising measurement accuracy. 

Examining the metrology-grade application of Wave Form Digitiser technology in the development of the Leica Absolute Tracker ATS600 direct scanning laser tracker

In early 2019 a ground-breaking new system came to market: the Leica Absolute Tracker ATS600. For the first time, a laser tracker that could not only track a spherical mounted reflector but was also uniquely able to scan surfaces directly with no handheld device or part preparation required.

Fast electronic volumetric compensation of machine tools with metrology hardware and specialised alignment software

For measuring machines and machine tools, geometrical  accuracy is a key performance criterion. While numerical compensation is well established for CMMs, it is increasingly used on machine tools in addition to mechanical compensation. Why  produce  defective parts if production machines can be tested and improved at the beginning of the process? Find out how to reduce scrap, improve quality and increase productivity with dedicated fast electronic volumetric compensation using a specialised laser tracker and software solution.

The Leica Absolute Interferometer

Leica Geosystems was the first laser tracker manufacturer to put an ADM into a laser tracker. The introduction of the LTD500 in 1995 revolutionized the way that laser trackers were used. If the beam was interrupted the operator no longer had to return to a known location to “reset” the IFM distance.

Using a CMM for Gear Inspection

What are the benefits of using a CMM for gear inspection, and what types of gears can be inspected? PC-DMIS software supports and enables the gear inspection process.

Machine Shop Inspection To Go

There is a lot of exciting new hardware and software technology coming out of the world of portable measurement. These systems are more accurate and easier to use than their predecessors.

Measure it Fast: Inspection Speed Through Automation

Given the choice, manufacturing professionals would always choose faster – a faster processor, device, or machine – as long as crucial factors like price and accuracy remained constant.


Measurement Technologies Step Up to Production Machining Needs

With the evolution of this machinery and their related processes, manufacturers of high-to-medium volume turned parts are facing increased inspection requirements in terms of frequency, feature measurement, and production statistics, as well as rising accuracy specifications.

Model Based Definition Promises Big Dividends for Quality Assurance

In the long evolution of 3D CAD, you would not think innovative progress is possible at this point. Take Model Based Definition, or MBD, a term and methodology long tossed around by software developers and the aerospace industry.

Multisensor Metrology Comes of Age

If you were to ask a typical user in the industry what “Multisensor Metrology” means, you are likely to get a variety of answers.

Modern Day Metrology Surpasses Trial And Error

Tube and pipe bending shops are a rare breed in the manufacturing industry and they face important challenges exclusive to their discipline. Measuring the very tubes and pipes they bend is one such challenge. In this industry, accuracy counts. A tube that does not meet specifications will likely head to the scrap bin, as it won’t have the proper clearance to mate-up and connect with subcomponents. Market forces demanding tighter tolerances and better costs are forcing tube and pipe benders to rethink their processes and improve accuracies as well. Advancements in measurement technology designed specifically for this application can increase productivity and precision while dramatically reducing scrap rates.

System Integration

The Hexagon Metrology Special Systems Group (SSG) is a dedicated team within Hexagon Metrology that does design, system integration and project management for custom and semi-custom integrations of coordinate metrology products with other manufacturing technology.

Tracking Progress - Re-evaluating Laser Tracker Technology

Laser trackers have long been the portable metrology tools of choice for companies serving the aerospace, automotive and other large-scale manufacturing sectors.

Gear Inspection with Leitz Coordinate Measuring Machines

CMMs, when properly equipped, are the ideal tool for measuring gears. They combine the flexiblity of a general purpose measuring system, with specialized probing and software that allows them to be fully functional gear measuring centers.

The Role of Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) and How to Capitalise on its Value Proposition

This whitepaper describes the engineering standards and benefits of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T), along with the supported attributes in the PC-DMIS measurement software.

Hogyan válasszuk ki a megfelelő koordináta-mérőgépet

Hogyan válasszuk ki a megfelelő koordináta-mérőgépet

A mérési műveletek szempontjából döntő fontosságú, hogy a megfelelő koordináta-mérőgépet használjuk.

Insourcing Quality Control

Managing continuous quality improvement is a challenge facing many manufacturers.

Linking Barcode Technology to Quality Control

Few could have guessed that chewing gum would usher in an era of streamlined production, reduced costs, and unparalleled traceability. However, in June 1974, a 10 pack of Wrigley’s Juicy Fruit did just that as it became the first product scanned with a universal product code (UPC).