Integration of the Leica T-Scan handheld laser scanner with an industrial robot, using the Leica T-MAC Tracker-Machine wireless control sensor and a Leica Laser Tracker. The T-Mac can be mounted on moving robots, machines, or parts whose position(s) need to be monitored in 6DoF (Degrees of Freedom) space. This innovative measurement device was developed in response to the need for automation of tracking tasks where it is difficult, impossible or undesirable to have a human being holding a Leica T-product device like the T-Probe or T-Scan.
The Cordax Discovery CMM from Sheffield Measurement has been adopted by hundreds of manufacturers around the world over the last decade and is the original shop floor CMM. Discovery III is the next evolution of inspection at the point of manufacture and builds upon its predecessor’s many successes, featuring improved accuracy, extended thermal performance, and a modern updated industrial design.
The TORO automatic horizontal arm CMM has been designed and value-engineered to ensure accuracy, reliability and ease of use in all stages of operation, as well as maximum safety for the operator. TORO is the ideal measuring tool for the dimensional inspection of large thin-walled parts such as automobile sheet metal components, sub-assemblies and full bodies, automobile glass and molded plastic parts, as well as the automatic verification of many types of prismatic parts.
DEA is a brand of Hexagon Metrology.
The Leica Absolute Tracker is now equipped with PowerLock. This vision technology automatically locks onto any moving target without user intervention. Current laser tracker technology requires that the operator pays careful attention that the laser beam between the tracker and the target is not interrupted.
Overview of Minitab's Quality Trainer.
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In this episode of Whiteboard, Mike Micklewright compares the value of Six Sigma to Kaoru Ishikawa's Seven Basic Quality Tools.
1) Scatter Plots
3) Pareto Charts
4) Flow Charts
5) Check Sheets
6) Cause & Effect Diagrams (aka Fishbone or Ishikawa diagrams)
7) Run and Control Charts
An Advanced Beginner's Course
Presented by Bill Tandler, founder and president of Multi Metrics Inc.
Produced by Quality Digest and Musselman Pictures at the 2008 CMSC in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Episode 9 Content:
* A Datum Reference Frame Establishment Exercise
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