Attempts have been made to help eliminate this type of back up by bring inspection devices to the floor, but these devices have come up short in three areas, first is handling temperature fluctuations that can exist on the floor and second the need to still have some kind of dedicated operational personnel to create programs, and finally the prohibitive price to purchase and the cost of ownership in the long term
Aberlink has provided a solution to all of the issues, starting with the easiest to use software in the market, Mark IV, so that in a very short time, in many cases less than a day, machine operators can be taught how to use the Aberlink CMM or Vision system.
Next comes the Aberlink line of CMMs from the shop hardened Xtreme series, with built in thermal control, allowing the Xtreme to operate in any environment with just a simple 110V connection, to the Axiom, Zenith and Azimuth lines with built in temperature compensation, Mark Iv the easiest to use software and a full line of probing options, from touch probe to scanning to vision all running under one homogenous software system.
Finally, all of this is done at an extremely affordable price with full CNC machines starting under 30K and a substantially reduced cost of ownership with things such as software upgrades and support for life, saving thousands over your typical software, all training done onsite, open technology to allow you to use the most economic sources for support.
No longer does QA have to be a bottleneck or unaffordable look to Aberlink and Masters Precision to provide you with your quality solution