Inspection software

  • 03-May-2012 07:54 EDT
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The 2012 release of Delcam’s PowerINSPECT hardware-independent inspection software includes a number of extra options to make inspection easier, as well as features the addition of basic reverse engineering functionality to the point-cloud module. The 64-bit software combines the ability to work on all types of inspection devices with a comprehensive range of measurement routines for making simple measurements, inspecting geometric features, and checking complex surfaces. According to Delcam, the resulting reports present detailed information in easy-to-read formats that can be understood by all engineers, not just inspection specialists. Also, the new mirror command in PowerINSPECT 2012 saves programming time for symmetrical components.

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