Welcome to the free online course of CMM(Coordinate Measuring Machine). This sort-term course covers all the basic details you need to know about CMM.
Today almost every Manufacturing Industries prefer CMM for quality checks of their product.
This Course is basically for Engineering students and Engineers.
What you will learn?
- Learn CMM
- CMM as per ISO 10360
- Inspection & Probing System
- Course Duration = 1 hour
- Lifetime Access
- Certificate on Completion
- Course E-book Inside
Who this course is for:
- Engineering students
- Students willing to make a career in the Quality Engineering
- Mechanical Engineers
- Production Engineers
Also learn GD & T used in CMM software and datasheet: What is Alignment and Datum in CMM? With today’s CMM software, the CMM measures the workpiece’s datums establish the Part Coordinate System, and mathematically relates it to the Machine Coordinate System. The process of relating the two coordinate systems is called alignment. With a street map, […]
CMM machine Main Parts of CMM Air Bearing Under normal working pressure, the thickness of air space between air bearing and guide rail is fixed, which can ensure good repeatability of the coordinate measuring machine. If the pressure of air supply fluctuates, the change of the pre-tightening force of the air bearing will accordingly lead […]
A coordinate system is a lot like an elevation map where the combination of a letter along one edge of the map, a number along the other, and elevations shown throughout uniquely describes each location on the map. This letter/number/elevation combination is called a coordinate and represents a specific place relative to all others. A […]
ISO 10360 is divided into 12 parts. The first part is simple vocabulary, the second part ‘ISO 10360-2’ is the most commonly used for linear measurement.
CMM Inspection and Measurement Advantages of CMM Single Setup Accuracy Improved Productivity Reduced Setup Time Application of CMM Product quality inspection Understand the adjustment status of the equipment. Review of CMM
Sources of errors in CMM measurements can be classified as spatial errors or computational errors.
Three terms that are often confusingly interchanged when talking about CMMs are the terms qualification, verification and calibration.
The probing error is a positive constant, the value of which is supplied by the CMM manufacturer
The environment in which it operates will affect a CMM
There are six guiding principles to good measurement practice that have been defined by the National physical laboratory.