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cmm

abbreviation for cubic millimeter.

CMM

cervical malformation and malarticulation.
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Keith Mills, Xspect Solution's president, expressed concern about the completeness of the old LK CMM machine and the availability of any missing parts.
The company is a subsidiary of CMM builder Wenzel GmbH, Germany, a provider of rebuilt and remanufactured CMMs, which Wagon presumed was going to be its best option since it did not have a budget for a new one.
For Manual CMM, cash in is expected to grow up by 20%, and Cash In = $660 K p.
Laser scanning substantially improved the accuracy with which we can duplicate our customer's geometry, and the cost and lead time of this new technology is substantially less than the contact-probe CMM technology it replaced," says Uniloy's Janeczek.
In addition to standardization of the NASA procurement process, the implementation of CMM will provide NASA with greater integration across the agency.
Many of the most important questions about the CMM can be addressed by careful collection and analysis of data, rather than the exchange of rhetoric and undocumented anecdotes that has often characterized this sort of discussion in the past.
We are strongly committed to further improving CMM to meet customer needs and to integrating CMM with our other risk management solutions to give customers a more robust and accurate view of their overall risk profile.
Having in-house CMM measuring capability," he adds, "is a significant asset in our fabrication business.
Laser scanning delivered higher-quality parts in a fraction of the time of CMM and helped us determine precisely how the prototype differed from the design intent," says Carlberg.
Legacy points out that unlike other CMM manufacturers, Zeiss makes all of the major elements of the CMM: the scanning probe head, scanning controller, and software.
In addition, Blackhawk purchased a CMM, which represented a significant investment during a sales downturn.