WIXOM, MI – Coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) are becoming increasingly portable. For years, CMMs have been installed in vehicle and component assembly plants, where they are used to scan a part or body panel to ensure that quality, design and dimensional targets are met. They can be massive pieces of machinery, generally movable only with a forklift. In a high-volume manufacturing environment, fixed CMMs are commonplace, usually kept in climate-controlled rooms. But in lower volumes, ...
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