The following DMIS articles previously appeared in CMM Quarterly:
- Anatomy of a DMIS Program is an overview of the language.
- Getting Started gets you started with setting up the equipment.
- Sensors describes how to define and calibrate probing.
- Measurement explores the commands that measure features.
- Construction builds features from measured or otherwise created features.
- Datums describes reference frames and the relationship with coordinate systems.
- Output presents ways in which results can be presented.
- High Level covers more advanced areas of DMIS.
- 5 Axis Programming shows users information about more advanced heads (REVO, PH20, etc.).
- Good Programming Practices rounds out the articles by giving tips on programming.
If you like the articles presented above you may want to visit our products page where you will find the ‘Step by Step DMIS Programming’ book. This book is a tutorial containing task based chapters with plenty of illustrations and examples.