Verisurf 2017 Arrives

Verisurf Software is pleased to announce the public release and immediate availability of Verisurf 2017 - a major product update featuring a host of exciting new capabilities and improvements carefully crafted to boost productivity, streamline workflows, and promote factory automation. Verisurf 2017 resources include a brief YouTube Overview Video a Verisurf 2017 Web Page and a Verisurf 2017 Datasheet.

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Here is just a sample of the expanded features and benefits Verisurf customers will enjoy with this major release:

• User Experience (UX) makeover enhances productivity – All new Icons, Ribbon Bars, Tabs, Groups, Panels, Galleries, Tech Tips, and redesigned Dialogs deliver a modern, Microsoft Ribbon Framework compliant user experience that enhances productivity.

•   NEW SDK opens Verisurf to user apps – A new software development kit (SDK) enables programmatic access to Verisurf’s metrology tool set – opening limitless possibilities for creating customized apps and interfaces.

•   Power Surface advances CAD surfacing – An all-new, unparalleled surfacing tool that creates advanced CAD surfaces within complex bounding curves, through pointclouds, or meshes.

•   AutoAlign easier and more flexible – Rough align after only 1 or 2 targets are measured, support for out-of-sequence target measurement, and the ability to add a material offset for in-process measurement checks expand AutoAlign utility.

•   Amazing new 2-Point Measure – The simplicity of the new 2-point measure feature belies both its power and utility. Measure lengths, widths, heights, gaps, steps, and flushes with only 2 probe touches on any pair of parallel surfaces to instantaneously determine measured, nominal, and deviation values. A great tool for quickly determining a nominal dimension from a CAD model without the aid of a separate, dimensioned, paper drawing or error-prone manual computations based on adjacent dimensions.