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    Question, What software are you Faro Arm/Portable CMM guys using. My new job has a older Faro Platinum Arm they want to start using and after messing around with it a bit, Faro CAM2 is hot garbage. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMC23 View Post
    Question, What software are you Faro Arm/Portable CMM guys using. My new job has a older Faro Platinum Arm they want to start using and after messing around with it a bit, Faro CAM2 is hot garbage. lol
    We use CMM Manager with ours. Not the most advanced software but it is reliable and very simple to use.

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    Thanks, Ill check that one out. Im trying to get a trial of Polyworks Inspector right now. I guess alot of people use that. Also heard Verisurf tossed around a bit.

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    Polyworks is dynamite, but you pay plenty for it. Any job you ever want help with, you call them and they'll walk you through it or show you how.

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    Yep, Polyworks is the one. Great for both inspection and reverse engineering.


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