A coordinate measuring machine (CMM) is a 3D measurement and capturing device. It is used to measure the geometrical properties of an object and produces a 3D CAD file when scanning is complete. This device can be either manually or automatically. Measurements are determined by a laser probe, which can be attached to a third axis of the machine. It can also be a hand-held device

In order to meet the ever increasing needs of today’s manufacturing marketplace, s CMM inspection and programming capabilities, is part and partial of product development.

  • Quickly perform CAD-to-Part comparisons
  • Identify areas that are out of tolerance
  • Drawing Reviews for GD&T
  • Identify and fix manufacturing defects
  • Identify part shrinkage and warpage
  • First Article Inspection
  • Prototype Inspection
  • Capability Studies
  • Gauge and Fixture Inspection
  • Inspection to CAD data
  • Reverse Engineering, digitizing