Today, there is hardly any workpiece whose form parameters cannot be measured by means of coordinate measuring machines. The universal use of these machines allows a wide range of application of this technology which, however, increases inevitably the complexity of its handling. The numerous options of the machine-specific operating software on the one hand and the various theoretical considerations regarding a target-oriented treatment of measuring jobs on the other hand result in the fact that the measuring results obtained from the same coordinate measuring machine on the same workpiece under similar conditions may differ. In Order to increase the comparability of measuring results, it is necessary to provide the operators of coordinate measuring machines ain addition to a well-founded AUKOM training a with procedure options for planning, performing, evaluating and documenting measurements. This book by the ZEISS Metrology Academy makes a contribution towards achieving these targets.coordinate measuring machines (CMM) a Part2:CMMs used for measuring linear dimensions ISO 103603 Standard ISO ... checking gages and measuring tools ISO/IEC Guide 25 Directive ISO/IEC Guide 25 April 1995: General requirementsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Measuring Strategies in Tactile Coordinate Metrology|
|Publisher||:||Carl Zeiss AG - 2014-10-24|