This course is an entry level course describing the CMM for the individual with limited to no knowledge of CMMs. Course content includes history of the CMM, basic terminology, specifications, standards, accuracy, and measurement uncertainty as applied to CMMs in general. Basic measurement methods related to GD&T as well as three dimensional measurements including point-to-point and scanning are covered. The availability and application of various measuring probes are included.
Inspection personnel, Engineering personnel, Production personnel, Entry level inspectors, and those who would like to enter into the field of dimensional measurement and CMM programming.
- Review of Basic Concepts and Vocabulary
- Basic CMM Measurements
- Sampling Issues
- Probing Systems
- Basic CMM Accuracy and Specifications
- Thermal Effects
- CMM Calibration
- Measurement Uncertainty
This class license is sold on a single user basis. Each registrant will be emailed a unique username and password to access the course material through our secure online training portal. Once you have received this login information, you will have 30 days to complete the course. Approximate time to complete this course is 10 hours. Successful completion of the course will result in a certificate for ten contact hours (1.0 CEUs).
Need to purchase multiple seats?
Please call us at 952-746-5725 ext. 206 for multiple-seat discount options.