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    I am setting up a machine with a new computer and software. It's a global silver advantage, and the software is 2019. My manual hit retract isn't working ( or isn't set right ) and when the probe is contacting the sphere during the calibration routine, it dwells. I keep hearing about this FDC interface. How do I find it, and how do I set my manual hit retract values?


  • #2
    There should be a shortcut on the PC desktop. You can also just open a web browser and type the IP address of the controller in as the URL. For an FDC it is
    Neil Challinor
    PC-DMIS Product Owner

    T: +44 870 446 2667 (Hexagon UK office)
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    • #3

      I'll try that.


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