Hexagon Seminars Boost Measuring SkillsUncategorized
Getting to grips with measurement uncertainty was the most popular topic at a series of software training events hosted by Hexagon Metrology.
More than 50 delegates attended the seminars held at the companys technical centres in Telford and Swindon to learn more about the latest developments in measuring techniques.
Sessions on understanding measurement uncertainty and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing were so well received that plans are in hand to run a number of dedicated workshops later this year.
As well as presentations on best practices and vision, Hexagons team of application engineers guided delegates through the latest features added to the PC-DMIS software package and demonstrated products such as the Romer portable measuring arm.
Hexagon also presented every delegate with a free digital caliper and organised a special quiz with top prizes of 16gb iPad Minis, which were won by Matt Robson from Amdale and Christopher Williams from Nifco UK.
Im delighted with the positive feedback from these informative seminars which demonstrate Hexagons ongoing commitment to offering a wide variety of value-added customer services, said aftermarket commercial manager Sam OPrey.
Hexagon supports its extensive product portfolio of portable and stationary equipment with services such as system and software maintenance, training and sub-contract measurement.
To find out more about future Hexagon training events, call the aftermarket sales team on 0870 446 2667 or visit www.hexagonmetrology.co.uk for more details.