Gaging System Can Be Used without Special Programming Knowledge

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MarWin Millimar Cockpit Software and Millimar N 1700 Modules from Mahr Inc, an interactive new MarWin-based gaging software and modular-based gaging system that allow users to configure and implement simple to complex gaging solutions quickly and cost effectively. The system is designed to meet the ID, OD, length and simulated form measurement needs of today's manufacturing environment where speed to implementation, long- or short-runs or quick changeovers are becoming the industry standard. Both offerings provide the features of a dedicated bench or gaging computer system in a flexible and versatile set of tools that are combined to provide speed and accuracy for a custom or dedicated gaging solution.

What makes Mahr Inc.’s system different than expensive hardware-based gaging packages or powerful gaging/SPC/controller computer-based solutions is that the software is already set up and configured by on-screen measurement icons, so users are not required to have specialized programming knowledge. The various input modules are stackable plug-and-play devices which are immediately recognized and implemented, so creating the measuring solution can be completed in minutes versus hours.

When high-performance electronic gaging is required, Mahr Modular systems offer the flexibility of selecting input and computation options, including creating multiple inputs from different sensors, sequenced measuring cycles, selecting tolerances, dimensional classes, and the use of the I/O for controlling external functions. Measurement results are then available to be stored in MS Excel or qs-Stat programs.

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