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CMM or Gauge: Is This Really The Right Question?

CMM or Gauge: Is This Really The Right Question?

These days, when it comes to measuring parts, manufacturers have their choice of coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), many of which can perform touch, non-contact, and mobile inspection.  Take, for example, the lab-grade Revolution Linear Motor (LM) CMM. Advanced CMM technology like Renishaw’s REVO 2 allows it to perform non-contact inspection, while its precision measuring head and probe system collects data at a rate of 4,000 points per second. Additionally, infinite positioning and 5-axis motion offers access to complex features. Add Renishaw's PH20 and use the LM for 5-axis touch trigger work. Need mobility? Consider the Revolution Series HB. It uses PH20 technology, making it the only mobile 5-axis CMM on the market. See? Lots of choices.

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