The baseline PC-DMIS CMM package is ideal if you don’t need to integrate CAD into your inspection process.
Create inspection programs and evaluate measurement results taking full advantage of the CAD model data.
Sophisticated tools for high speed scanning, sheet metal measurement, part alignment,
PC-DMIS CMM is the world’s leading Coordinate Measurement Machine (CMM) Software with over 30,000 seats in place worldwide. Use its powerful capabilities to measure everything from simple prismatic parts to the most complex aerospace and automotive components.
PC-DMIS CMM leads the way in revolutionizing CMM measurement. It was the first CMM software to:
- Use CAD models in the inspection process.
- Directly link CAD systems and measurement software through its Direct CAD interface (DCI) technology.
- Implement a full set of sheet metal measurement routines tailored for the automotive industry.
- Digitally simulate measurement in an offline virtual CMM environment.
- Easily align complex, contoured parts using our breakthrough iterative alignment technology.
PC-DMIS is standard equipment on all Hexagon Metrology CMMs including those under the brand names Brown and Sharpe, C.E. Johansson, DEA, Hexagon Metrology Asia Pacific, Leitz, Poli, Romer, Romer Cimcore, Sheffield and Tesa.
PC-DMIS is available as a retrofit package for most other CMM manufacturers allowing users of non-Hexagon Metrology CMMs to take advantage of PC-DMIS technology. Hexagon Metrology Services, Hexagon Metrology’s aftermarket group, has a number of options for upgrading existing equipment ranging from a software retrofit to a complete machine rebuild.
We know you have varying requirements and believe you should not have to pay for unwanted features. Therefore, PC-DMIS CMM comes in three basic configurations with optional modules available to fine-tune to meet specific needs.
PC-DMIS is also available in an off-line version for virtual programming. In high volume shops where CMM time is a precious commodity, you need to maximize the time machines spend measuring parts. Now, CMM programmers do most of their part programming off-line and CMMs spend most of their time measuring parts.