For such a high-level field of study that is applied to the production and assembly of some of the most delicate and important manufacturing projects, Metrology is actually a very simple concept (although some might … Read More
What is a Micron? Microns are used by manufacturers, OEMs, and MSPs to discuss tolerances and capabilities. But how long have we been using the term, and how small are they actually? The term micron … Read More
Have you ever wondered what happens when your Laser Tracker is warming up or why it needs to at all? We did! Watch as we discuss the need for warm-up time and how it affects … Read More
Daniel and Chris discuss how to set up a Laser Tracker for measurement, featuring API’s Radian Pro Laser Tracker.
What is 6 Degrees of Freedom, or 6 DoF for short? 6 DoF refers to the freedom of movement of a rigid body in three-dimensional space. But anyone can Google 6 DoF and get that … Read More
Over time, Laser Tracker operators naturally see an erosion in the product’s performance. Wear and tear from regular use, plus a host of environmental factors, create a slippage in accuracy over time (even on a … Read More
The paradox of modern manufacturing is that as designs of machined parts become more complex and difficult to navigate, they require more intricate and precise three-dimensional measurements. Cockpit assemblies, vacuum chambers, turbine housings and railroad … Read More
A laser tracker is a powerful tool in the metrologist’s arsenal, but only if it’s used correctly. This white paper serves as a guide for avoiding three of the most common mistakes associated with operating laser … Read More