Tech Tip - Best Fit a Hole Pattern

New Verisurf Technical Tip – Best Fit a Hole Pattern: When a CAD Model is used for nominal reference during inspection, it can be useful to utilize Verisurf’s best fit capabilities to achieve the best possible results when verifying a hole pattern to a positional GD&T tolerance.Get it here: Tech Tip – Best Fit a Hole Pattern. Please share this post you’re your Verisurf colleagues....

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Tech Tip - Compensating for Thermal Expansion

New Verisurf Technical Tip – Compensating for Thermal Expansion: All manufactured parts and assemblies expand or contract due to temperature effects. This useful article shows you how to scale measurements in Verisurf to compensate for thermal conditions. Please share this info with your colleagues.Get it here: Tech Tip – Compensating for Thermal Expansion Please share this post you’re your Verisurf colleagues....

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Tech Tip - Captured Views

New Verisurf Technical Tip: Use Verisurf Captured Views to save current CAD level states, model orientation, and GD&T (MBD) callouts so you can quickly switch between views.Get it here: Tech Tip –Captured Views Please share this post you’re your Verisurf colleagues....

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Verisurf 2018 Released, Overview Webinar Registration Open

Verisurf 2018 is available for maintenance customers to download immediately from the Verisurf Downloads page. You can learn about all about Verisurf 2018’s useful, new features by registering now for one of the four planned 1-hour “What’s New in Verisurf 2018”  live webinar sessions led by the Verisurf Product Manager. Add a session to your calendar now: ·   Tue, March 6th, 2018: 9 am to 10 am (PST) ·   Thu, March 8th, 2018: 4 pm to 5 pm (PST) ·   Tue, March 13th, 2018: 9 am to 10 am (PST) ·   Thu, March 15th, 2018: 4 pm to 5 pm (PST)Verisurf 2018 boosts productivity and is more flexible and easier to use...

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Tech Tip - Automated Repeatability Survey in Verisurf

New Verisurf Technical Tip: Repeatability surveys are an integral part of statistical process control (SPC) and are used to help identify systematic errors and instabilities in manufacturing processes. Get it here: Tech Tip - Automated Repeatability Survey.Please share this post you’re your Verisurf colleagues....

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