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Tech Tip - Measuring Single Point Circles and 2-Point Slots

Tech Tip – Save Time Measuring Hole or Slot Size and LocationIt’s easy to evaluate feature size and location fast in Verisurf by measuring just a single point for holes or 2 points for slots. This technique is ideal for measuring parts or materials with looser tolerances like sheet metal, plastics, and wood. Download the Tech Tip now and learn more about this time-saving method! Tech Tip - Measuring Single Point Circles and 2-Point Slots...

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Verisurf 2018 Beta Released: Now Runs on All Common CMM Brands and Models

Verisurf Software has just released a beta version of the latest updates to its flagship product, sporting a bevy of new capabilities, workflow improvements, and feature refinements. According to Ernie Husted Verisurf founder and CEO, the Verisurf 2018 release will boost productivity and is more flexible and easier to use than ever for the frequent inspection, tool building, and reverse engineering tasks customers perform daily. Major product improvements in the 2018 release include:·      Universal CMM: Enjoy the multiple benefits of running Verisurf on your existing motorized CMM without the hassle and burden of expensive controller or pr...

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Verisurf Featured In Quality Magazine

Engineering Classic DesignMorgan Cars builds on its heritage of classic design with technology and innovation.Morgan has been producing high quality handcrafted motor vehicles since 1909 and at the current Malvern Hills facility in Worcestershire, UK, since 1913. Today they produce their modern take on a British classic with a variety of traditional and modern vehicles, which embody Morgan’s heritage but embraces modern technologies.  More......

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Reverse Engineering and 3D Printing: A Practical Solution

by Sean Lennard, Product Manager from Verisurf Software Inc.A contract manufacturer routinely reverse engineers and 3D prints prototypes of aerospace legacy parts for more confident production. Roc-Aire stands out as a “can do” contract manufacturer for aerospace parts known for solving problems and overcoming obstacles. “We strategize with our customers on engineering, materials and processes to make sure the parts we are producing are as good as, if not better than the originals,” says General Manager Jason Collins. This strategy includes using reverse engineering and 3D printing to improve the company’s engineering and build processes and ...

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