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4/16/2018

Global S CMM Series Focuses on Key Productivity Drivers

Originally titled 'CMM Series Focuses on Key Productivity Drivers'
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Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence’s Global S coordinate measuring machine (CMM) series is customizable for specific inspection work and changing manufacturing objectives and features four capability packages focused on customer productivity drivers. 

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Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence’s Global S coordinate measuring machine (CMM) series is customizable for specific inspection work and changing manufacturing objectives. The CMM platform features four capability packages focused on customer productivity drivers: throughput, precision, multipurpose and shop floor.

The CMM series’ throughput capability package benefits mass production manufacturers that require reduced measuring cycle times to increase production volume. The precision capability package caters to users who measure parts with tight tolerances and complex geometries. The multipurpose capability package is a flexible solution for manufacturers measuring a variety of materials with different features and surface characteristics. 

In addition, the CMM series offers green, blue and chrome productivity levels to suit applications and budget requirements.

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