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New computer-aided inspection software

14 April 2008

Geomagic has released Geomagic Qualify 10, new computer-aided inspection software for users of multi-sensor metrology systems. It streamlines workflow, improves alignment accuracy and provides comprehensive inspection coverage for users who want to take advantage of the combined strengths of 3D scanners and hard probes. A single interface enables users to perform a complete inspection of every type of shape and feature that characterises an object, saving time and increasing inspection accuracy.

New capabilities in Geomagic Qualify 10 enable users to quickly detect and inspect geometrical features such as points, holes, slots, cones, cylinders, planes and spheres. The software automates feature creation and tasks such as calculating size, analysing fit, comparing 2D and 3D features and measuring point-to-point and feature-to-feature distances and angles. A new streamlined feature framework enables users to more efficiently analyse, measure and report dimensional characteristics and fitting statistics of geometrical features.

The new hard probing and 3D feature capabilities in Geomagic Qualify 10 are fully integrated with functions such as alignment, GD&T (geometric dimensioning & tolerancing) and 2D and 3D dimensioning that are popular with users of 3D scanning systems that generate dense point clouds.

Geomagic Qualify 10 supports 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista. The 64-bit edition of Geomagic Qualify 10 enables users to take advantage of the expanded memory capacity of 64-bit computer systems to process huge datasets generated by the newest generation of non-contact 3D scanners.

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