This eLearning course prepares the student to be able to use blueprints for dimensional inspection. It describes all areas of the title block, 1st and 3rd angle projections, and explains lines and views. The learner is also taught dimensioning and tolerancing symbols.
This eLearning course introduces the student to the math concepts needed to succeed. The course teaches concepts such as integers, using parentheses, rounding, units of length, coordinate systems, and much more. Students will learn about coordinate system translation and rotation as well as the Pythagorean Theorem.
This eLearning course covers Basic Math in PC-DMIS, Basic Trigonometry, Coordinate Systems and Vectors. PC-DMIS Assignment commands, variables and Generic Features are taught. One lesson teaches basic triangles and the Pythagorean Theorem. Cartesian, Polar and Cylindrical coordinate systems are also explained with examples of conversions. Vector theory is explained more simply by discussing an axis change over a unit distance.
This course explains the use of PC-DMIS Constructed Features. The lessons not only include examples for each feature type, but actual applications are given for many types such as: intersection points, pierce points, constructed lines, midplanes and more. Feature calculation types are also covered including least squares and maximum inscribed. Constructed tangent lines, circles, projections, and width feature are also included.
This course provides a functional description of multiple types of alignments including a comparison to mechanical fixtures. It includes in depth descriptions of three typical types of alignments and relates them to mechanical situations. Feature constraints, degrees of freedom, and 2D/3D feature type constraints are also covered.
This is an eLearning supplemental course to PC-DMIS for CMM 101, with a focus on offline programming. Helpful offline programming tools are explained to simplify and expedite the programming process. Topics covered include: transformations, Clearance Cube, Probe Path Animation, and collision detection.PC-DMIS for CMM 101 is a prerequisite to this course.
This eLearning course is an extension of the PC-DMIS for CMM 101 course. Numerous lessons build upon this classroom course including helpful customization options and more complex measurements and dimensioning. Additional auto features are reviewed as well as custom toolbars and using video and pictures in your programs. If you have completed the PC-DMIS for CMM 101 course, contact us for a free Coupon Code.
This 5-day instructor-led classroom course, held at a Hexagon Solution Center, will give first time users of PC-DMIS a basic understanding of the software and measurements necessary to write and execute inspection plans. The course curriculum includes probe calibration, alignments, measurements, dimensioning, manual and DCC modes and using CAD models.
This 3-day instructor-led classroom course, held at a Hexagon Solution Center, introduces iterative and best fit alignments, measurement strategies, more advanced dimensioning and extended auto features. Automating probe calibrations and using patterns and loops are included.
This 5-day instructor-led course, held at a Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Solution Center, is an advanced PC-DMIS course covering such topics as loops, variables, expressions, on-error commands, control pairs, case & if, subroutines, arrays, user functions, external commands, file I/O, headers, forms and reports.