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    We have a new Brown & Sharpe Global with the PH10M Continuous Scanning Probe System. Problem - is there any Books or instructions availiable to guide anyone on how to use it? I've looked at Brown & Sharpe and Renshaw and can't find any. B & S does offer a basic course, at a very large price, but don't want to go that way. Any Suggestions, Thanks
    Last edited by Bassbuff; 05-24-2006, 11:37 AM.
    "I hear voices, . . . and they don't Like YOU!"

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    What type of scanning head do you have? SP600? sp25?

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    • #3
      Renshaw SP600M
      "I hear voices, . . . and they don't Like YOU!"

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      • #4
        scanning is covered in great detail in the CAD++ class which is recommended after taking the first CAD (basic) class

        Do you plan on taking ANY classes? Have you taken other CMM training?

        I would highly suggest that someone take the class to utilize the probe to its fullest potential. Why wouldn't you want to be trained for the cost is small compared to the gain you will achieve.

        I too have a sp600 and find it to be a great tool for settling arguments on position errors due to poor form of features. The other plus is the analysis that can be done graphically with the HUGE point clouds that are created.
        sigpiccall me "Plum Crazy"....but you only go around once!

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        • #5
          I have the SP600 Training Manual. I will see if the front office will scan it into PDF Format.

          Tim

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Mike N.
            scanning is covered in great detail in the CAD++ class which is recommended after taking the first CAD (basic) class
            We too have a new Global Image with an SP25, do they cover scanning with that in the CAD++ class? I have taken the basic and curves and surfaces(back when it was called that, 2002) and they hardly touched on any scanning at all. So would I be better off to take the CAD++ class or go straight for a scanning class? Can't wait to use the probe to it's full potential!
            Mark Farren

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            • #7
              I took the B&S CAD++ class last year (3/05) and the only area they covered was point scans (Perimeter and UV). They wouldn't even talk to me about the continuous scan. They (B&S at Wixom, Mi) had nothing comparable to the machine we have. I was informed that there was an advanced class just for continuous scanning, but they had no date as there weren't enough students at that time. Management got talked into buying the latest greatest, and now they don't want to spend a buck to train people the right way. You guy's know what I mean.
              "I hear voices, . . . and they don't Like YOU!"

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              • #8
                sounds all too familiar!

                I think we have the same management !

                Actually, we got 4 credits with the purchase, otherwise it would be trial and error method of education! I've got to burn 1 credit on a newbie for the basic class, still gotta figure out what to do with the other 3.
                Mark Farren

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                • #9
                  If you want the SP600 Scanning class manual, I will need your email address. When I scanned in the manual, file size came you to 3.4 megs.(PDF File)

                  Tim

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                  • #10
                    Tim,
                    [email protected]
                    Thanks buddy
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                    James Mannes

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                    • #11
                      [email protected]

                      Thanks for going to all the trouble of scanning. I'll drink a beer for ya!
                      "I hear voices, . . . and they don't Like YOU!"

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                      • #12
                        JIMI!

                        Its the least I can do for you after all of your help.

                        Tim

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                        • #13
                          Tim,

                          I have a sp600 head also, would you mind sending me a copy please.

                          [email protected]

                          thanks
                          PCDmis 3.5mr2 CAD++

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