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User Experience and the Future of Metrology

User Experience encompasses all aspects of customer interaction with our services software equipment and any other holistic aspect with working with Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence. In this Tech Talk episode, HxGN TV speaks to Milan Kocic, User Experience Business Development Manager for Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence. Milan talks about the importance of User Experience for users of metrology systems.

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Top 5 Questions to Ask Yourself When Budgeting for a CMM

As you begin to plan for the New Year, prior year performance and expenditures, activities inside the marketplace and your company's goal alignment are all good ways to start preparing. But is purchasing a Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) in your budgeting plan this year? Budgeting for a CMM doesn't have to be stressful — there are some questions to consider before planning your budget.

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Connectivity, MMS Pulse and Smarter Machines

With the evolution of the Internet of Things (IoT) and widespread use of connected devices, we are moving into the smart devices era. In this interview, Milan Kocic will discuss MMS PULSE and how it will help make Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence machines smarter.

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Not All Portable CMM (PCMM) Solutions are Created Equal

The portable arm CMM (PCMM) has become an important quality control tool at many manufacturing companies. With the flexibility to be used nearly anywhere on a manufacturing floor, from in-process checks to large scale assembly to inside machine tools, measuring arms have the capability to deliver real-time dimensional feedback right at the point of production.

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