1/2/2020

Automated Precision Inc. Launches CMM Calibration Services

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The calibration service brings CMMs to OEM specifications or better in accordance with ISO 10360-2. 

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API laser calibration

API Services has added coordinate measuring machine (CMM) calibration to its portfolio of machine tool, industrial robot and laser tracker calibration services. API offers both a standard CMM Certification and a Premium CMM Calibration service to original OEM specifications. The latter includes a full 21-parameter error map created using the API XD laser interferometer and 6 Degrees of Freedom (6DoF) calibration. Calibration reports include “before” and “after” information. The calibration service brings CMMs to OEM specifications or better in accordance with ISO 10360-2. 

API’s CMM service uses a software utility which allows the calibration of all CMMs by importing, reading and modifying the original CMM error maps, regardless of whether the map is located in the CMM controller or in the CMM metrology software.

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