A coordinate measuring machine (CMM) is used to measure the physical geometrical characteristics of an object.
A CMM may be operated manually or by a computer and can be free-standing, portable, or handheld. It has three axes (X, Y, and Z), and when the machine gets the readings from the probe, it uses the X, Y, and Z coordinates to determine position and size with micrometer precision. This is why coordinate measuring machines are very accurate.
A CMM is usually used in the assembly and manufacturing process to test a part or assembly against the design intent. It is also considered as an industrial robot because it can be programmed to repeatedly measure identical parts.
Using the CMM allows QAL to use less labor and increase productivity by helping to reduce lost production time, potentially late deliveries and increased costs in replacement parts.
Communication along with quality control leads to precise product production.
Count On Reliability
- We work with only the most reliable and best suppliers and parts.
- We inspect throughout every step of the assembly process.
- Ensuring complete communication throughout the project.