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5/10/2017

Quality Inspection Solution Combines Software Modules

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Amerimold 2017: Verisurf Software’s Quality Inspection Suite is a combination of the software’s popular application modules customized to provide an efficient quality inspection and reporting solution according to an individual customer’s needs.

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Verisurf Software’s Quality Inspection Suite is a combination of the software’s popular application modules customized to provide an efficient quality inspection and reporting solution according to an individual customer’s needs. The suite can be configured with Verisurf CAD, Verisurf Measure, Verisurf Automate and Verisurf Validate.

Verisurf CAD is capable of reading all native CAD file formats, allowing customers to work with any CAD model, whether solid, surface or wireframe.  Model-based definition allows users set unique IDs, tolerances, and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing constraints in the model for any surface, feature or other critical inspection item. Verisurf Device Interface (VDI) insures device compatibility and controls all digital measuring devices.

Verisurf Measure provides measurement of features from precise single points to scanned point clouds. A virtual image of the measuring device is graphically displayed on screen, while smart tools automatically recognize and display features during the measuring process.

Verisurf Automate programs and operates virtually all types and brands of coordinate measuring machines using visual object-oriented programming and open standards.

Verisurf Validate provides precise CAD model translation validation by comparing the authority CAD model to the translated CAD model, enabling users to quickly identify any translation error.

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