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The app provides an introduction to coordinate measuring technology and offers practical tips for day-to-day work with a measuring machine. Key topics include correctly aligning workpieces, features and characteristics, as well as the influences on the measurement result.
This app offers a look at industrial gear metrology. It helps assess measurements and explains typical parameters such as tooth traces, circular run-out radials and tooth thickness.
When it comes to the surface of workpieces, a large number of surface parameters are required in design and manufacture. The roughness app from ZEISS provides information on the most common surface parameters.
The Cookbook app gives you the most common measurement strategies, enabling coordinate measuring machine operators to design the measuring run and perform and evaluate the measurement.
The app is ideal for acquiring basic knowledge of industrial computed tomography. You will learn about topics such as using X-ray radiation, the measuring process and subsequent analysis. A glossary explains specialist terms like beam hardening, binning and defocusing.
Do you sometimes need additional information? Then look no further than our e-books. Explore our specialist literature which gives you an in-depth look at the world of metrology. Be it on your smartphone or tablet, the e-book provides you with all the essential information without delay. You can also get a printed copy in our ZEISS Webshop.
The ebook looks at the different aspects of dimensioning and tolerancing workpieces to ensure functionality, production stability and, most importantly, compliance with standards. An overview of the international GPS standards (incl. the differences to ASME standardization) is also provided. 14 rules on test-compliant tolerancing are then derived and explained.