I'm running a correlation study between two machines using the same program and the same part, but one set of dimensions on one of the machines is getting drastically different results.

One machine is running 2019 R2. The other machine is running 2016. The 2019 machine is having the problem.

The program is using three auto-lines to find two intersection points then measuring the distance between the two points.

The theoretical locations and vectors are correct for all hits on all three lines.

The probe appears to be hitting in the right spot on the part.

The "actual" locations in the data are quite a bit off from where they should be. Because of this, the distance measurement between the two points is no good.

When I look at the location of the lines on the graphic display they appear to replicate the location of the false "actual" location. Visibly different from where they should be.

For the life of me I cant figure why this is happening, nor how to change it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

One machine is running 2019 R2. The other machine is running 2016. The 2019 machine is having the problem.

The program is using three auto-lines to find two intersection points then measuring the distance between the two points.

The theoretical locations and vectors are correct for all hits on all three lines.

The probe appears to be hitting in the right spot on the part.

The "actual" locations in the data are quite a bit off from where they should be. Because of this, the distance measurement between the two points is no good.

When I look at the location of the lines on the graphic display they appear to replicate the location of the false "actual" location. Visibly different from where they should be.

For the life of me I cant figure why this is happening, nor how to change it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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