PC-DMIS 2022.2 — New Release!
PC-DMIS 2022.2 bridges the gap between virtual and physical with a new offline configuration designed to make programming more efficient and maximise the availability of your metrology hardware.
New qualification checks for laser probes and support for multiple sensor types running on a single system. Saves time and unlocks more value from Hexagon hardware.
It’s not just about devices (virtual or real), PC-DMIS 2022.2 now extracts quality and CAD data embedded within the versatile QIF file format to maintain a continuous flow of PMI data throughout the manufacturing process.
New: Simplified offline configuration now works with any device type
A new improved version of PC-DMIS Offline that supports all options and device types in a single configuration – including stationary CMMs, portable arms, laser trackers and vision systems. Programme and simulate measurement routines in a fully realized virtual environment and free up valuable measurement time on physical hardware.
New: QIF file format import
PC-DMIS 2022.2 now offers QIF file import so you can take full advantage of CAD, embedded GD&T, characteristic naming and other useful meta-data which can be used downstream for simulation and manufacturing.
New: Avoidance moves in tip vector direction
Requested by customers in our Idea’s Centre, we’re extending the capabilities of PC-DMIS’ Contact Auto Features by enabling avoidance moves to execute in the direction of the tip vector to add a greater range of movement around a complex or restrictive workpiece.
New: Adaptive scanning – copy and paste parameters
This top-voted feature from our Ideas Centre allows you to edit and update adaptive scanning routines at speed by duplicating point density, scan speed, acceleration and more; a huge time saver which simplifies programme creation, debugging or migrating existing measurement routines.
New: Qualification check for laser probes
This new convenient tool determines if a laser probe needs calibration. Previously, operators would always recalibrate laser probes before use – which could take many hours. Now a quick check can identify whether a full re-map is necessary, saving many hours of unnecessary calibration.
New: HP-OW scan offset
Extra control over the height of your HP-OW probe for improved surface scans or measurements of transparent materials.
NEW: Support HP-OW, HP-L-10.10 and HP-C-TS5.10 on a single system
PC-DMIS now supports the use of multiple sensors on the same CMM (including Optiv), seamlessly transitioning from contact to non-contact measurements.