The latest release of CMM-Manager 3D Metrology software announced by Nikon Metrology adds support for Renishaw SP25 on Mitutoyo CMM, improved support for Renishaw UCC Server, updated Gear Module, reporting and vision enhancements, and an improved CAD graphics display.
Renishaw SP25 Analog Probe support for Mitutoyo CMM
CMM-Manager supports use of SP25 on five DCC CMM controllers including Nikon, Sheffield, Renishaw, I++, and now Mitutoyo UC200. SP25 support includes automatic sensor calibration, full Path Planning for all measured feature types, statistical filtering of measured results, and complex cloud scanning for irregular shapes.
Improved support of Renishaw UCC Server
CMM Manager supports UCC Server versions up to 5.0.3. Probe Assembly, Tip Calibration, Machine Volume, Table Height, Calibration Sphere, and all CMM setup parameters are automatically synchronized via X-Path for UCC I++ interface.
Gear Module enhancements
Export measured data points from CMM-Manager Gear Module into Zeiss Involute Pro format. Allows Gear Module users to use external application for gear analysis as well as built in gear reporting tools.
Improved True Position Report for Cylinder feature with non-isometric orientation. Allow simultaneous edit of tolerance for multiple report operations. Create custom Microsoft Excel reports faster with new DDE paste range and offset functions. Automatically set deviation mode for 2D (spike) and 3D (disc) features.
iNexiv and Vision enhancements
More robust Pattern Recognition by performing iterative Pattern Matching. Unknown Edge Profile measurement with improved accuracy and vision tool placement. Statistical point filter for line, slot, and circle features. Toggle between Live Video, imported image, or static image from external digital camera.
Improved 3D CAD and Text display
Larger and smoother text in main graphics, text reports, and graphical reports. OpenGL smoothing enabled for feature, CAD, and line display in main graphics and graphical reports. View manipulation automatically rotate about center of current feature operation.
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