4/3/2017

Inspection Software Features Intuitive Operation

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Eastec 2017: Developed with human behavior and web practices in mind, Parlec’s P7 measuring and inspection software is said to make complex applications intuitive for operators with any level of experience.

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Developed with human behavior and web practices in mind, Parlec’s P7 measuring and inspection software is said to make complex applications intuitive for operators with any level of experience.  The Echo feature monitors the operator’s process once, then reproduces it automatically. The AAIM feature compares forms and measurements of cutting tool to a DXF drawing. The software is modular, enabling expansion as needs expand.

The new interface was designed to improve user experience. A flat color scheme prevents eye strain during extended periods of use, while feedback indicators keep operators updated throughout the cycle.

P7 software is available on the 1550, 1850 and Apex tool measuring and inspection machine series. 

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