Measurement from metrolog to PC DMIS

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  • Measurement from metrolog to PC DMIS

    Hi everyone,

    i have an issue and i hope someone can help me, one of my company supplier gave us a report done with ace kreon measuring portable arm, i want to check these measurement with my PC DMIS.
    What is the best file format to do this operation? In simple terms: how can i do that operation??
    Thanks to everyone

    best regards

  • #2
    If they just gave you a report, you will need to wright a program in PC-DMIS to measure the same features.
    PC-DMIS 2016.0 SP8

    Jeff

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    • #3
      thank you for the replied, the supplier is available to give me the mesaurement routine file, but i don't know which file is compatible with pc dmis; so how can i export the measurement file from metrolog to PC Dmis?
      thanks

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      • #4
        Originally posted by luca_phase View Post
        thank you for the replied, the supplier is available to give me the mesaurement routine file, but i don't know which file is compatible with pc dmis; so how can i export the measurement file from metrolog to PC Dmis?
        thanks
        Step 1: You can't. You would need a seat of Metrolog to export to DMIS, and if you had one you would simply run the program.

        Step 2: Write your own complete independent program, correctly.

        Step 3: Prepare for the skirmish when your inspection does not match their results:
        3a. Invite the doubters of your results to send the parts to a 3rd party for verification.
        3b. Ask politely for the "Ace Kreon" arm's current certification, results of it measuring a standard artifact, and records of the supplier's operator Metrolog training.
        3c. Have copies ready of YOUR arm/machine current certification, results of it measuring a standard artifact, and records of your PC-DMIS training.

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        • #5
          You've got to start over and measure the same features as they did. AFAIK, the two systems don't play well together.



          edit: Come to think of it, I don't think PC-Dmis plays well with anybody else.
          Last edited by Quality ish; 09-05-2019, 09:12 PM.

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          • #6
            Theoretically...

            - export the program to DMIS from Metrolog (if possible)
            - import the DMIS program in PC-DMIS
            - check the imported program and add features that may have been lost during conversion

            or...

            - get the program information from the supplier (datum features, alignments, etc.)
            - code your own in PC-DMIS
            PC-DMIS CAD++ 2o19 R1 SP11

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