The CMM Retrofit Guide
Businesses choose to retrofit old CMM equipment for various reasons. This may be due to wear and tear, loss of accuracy or simply due to high maintenance costs. Your scales and reader head encoders may have become damaged or your old electronics may not be compatible with newer motors, or your controller may have become obsolete.
A retrofit can be reactive, in response to a mechanical fault, or it can be proactive to increase the capabilities of an older machine.
In this FREE guide we take a closer look at:
- What retrofitting is
- Why you should consider a retrofit
- What’s involved, including the latest generation components and PC-DMIS software
- Why you should take a closer look at Status
And much more.
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