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CMM Designed for Adaptability in Materials

IMTS 2018: Hexagon’s Global S coordinate measuring machine (CMM) is built for adaptability in materials, production processes and product demand.

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Hexagon’s Global S coordinate measuring machine (CMM) is built for adaptability in materials, production processes and product demand. The machine combines smart technologies including user experience enhancements, advanced software and eco-friendly options. Measurements are made in one of three available performance levels, colored green, blue and chrome. Users select the needed productivity driver from throughput, precision, flexibility or shop-floor measurement options. The machine is customizable and is part of the company’s Enhanced Productivity Series (EPS) line.

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