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    Could anoyone please tell me the difference between a DCC-CMM and a CNC-CMM or is there any at all?

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    If this is in reference to PC-DMIS NC, I believe that this runs on a CNC milling machine. As far as a CNC CMM that would be describing a DCC CMM.
    PC-DMIS 2016.0 SP8

    Jeff

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    • #3
      cnc= computer numerical control dcc= direct computer control usually cnc applys to machine tools & dcc applys to cmm's but i have heard them used for both. basically means the same unless your talking to matt about semantics.
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      • #4
        Semantics

        Aren't they the people that make the anti-virus software?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Don Ruggieri
          Aren't they the people that make the anti-virus software?
          No dude.....it's that fangled religion Cruise and Holmes are in to....sci-fi stuff and stuff.
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          • #6
            Mitutoyo calls their machines CNC driven. I believe the difference, if there really is one, is in the form of the feedback to the controller. One uses encoders (CNC) the other scales (DCC). At least this was the sales pitch I got several years ago. I've run both and if there is a difference, it's totally transparent to the operator.

            Bill

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