New modular PC-DMIS course from Hexagon

AMJuly16News - Hexagon
AMJuly16News - Hexagon

A new modular course offering intermediate and advanced programming for PC-DMIS measurement software has been added to Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence’s training programme.

The flexible course consists of a series of modules which enable candidates to undertake either three or five days of study to achieve intermediate and advanced certification respectively.

Topics covered include advanced alignments, auto features and reporting, scanning as well as flow control and logic.

The course, available at Hexagon’s Milton Keynes and Telford training centres, is designed to provide an advanced understanding of the metrology process and how PC-DMIS software can be used to further improve efficiency.

Hexagon says the course is ideal for anyone using measurement equipment in the workplace such as design, engineering and manufacturing personnel, measurement technicians and process planners. It is also particularly suitable for users who have already completed the PC-DMIS Level 1 training programme.

www.hexagonmi.com

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