Single Point Circle using PC-DMIS

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  • Single Point Circle using PC-DMIS

    Can you do a Single Point circle similar to the PowerInspect method in PC-DMIS? And if so how is it done?

  • #2
    if you are running version 4.1 You an go to auto feature Circle in and set the sample hits to 3 and perm hits to 1. This will get you your single point circle.

    Hope this helps
    Toby Thompson
    Hexagon Metrology

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    • #3
      Originally posted by pjleitner View Post
      Can you do a Single Point circle similar to the PowerInspect method in PC-DMIS? And if so how is it done?
      Is this some sort of self-center location thing?
      Links to my utilities for PCDMIS

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