Hole inspection software

  • 06-Jan-2009 10:39 EST
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Laser Radar Driver 5.1 software from Metris optimizes precision standards for automated, noncontact inspection of hole position and diameter in large measuring volumes. Depending on hole diameter, the system enables accuracy and repeatability levels up to 30 times higher than before. The system features manual and automatic modes. In automatic mode, the operator selects the holes to be inspected on CAD, and the system automatically moves from one hole to another to measure the holes at high speed. The software algorithm optimization increases accuracy and speed of hole feature measurement by implementing an optimized data collection strategy, more accurate filtering technology, and better feature fitting.
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