Metrology software

  • 08-Sep-2009 08:44 EDT
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Renishaw’s MODUS CMM software application combines with its UCC2 universal CMM controller and full range of sensors, including the REVO five-axis measuring system, to form a single-source CMM retrofit package. MODUS provides a powerful platform for five-axis measurement. Features of the software include CAD-driven offline programming with full simulation and collision detection of five-axis moves, native DMIS support, certified mathematical algorithms, powerful text and graphical reporting, and flexible output of results data. The UCC2 universal CMM controller is supported via the I++ DME interface. Built on the Metris Camio CMM software, the MODUS application features a configurable user interface allowing native DMIS programs to be developed offline. Programs can be created directly from CAD with on-screen probe path verification.

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