Getting the most out of Graphical Reporting Features of PC-DMIS
Hexagon Metrology, Inc. today announced a free live webinar on Enhanced PC-DMIS Reporting Wednesday, September 14, 2011 from 11:30 am to 12:00 pm eastern daylight time. Anyone looking for tips and ideas on how to more effectively use the built-in graphical reporting features, and how to produce impressive customized inspection reports in PC-DMIS inspection software will benefit from this seminar. The webinar signup page contains the complete details and system requirements: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/996394905
Chuck Chronicle, a senior application engineer for Hexagon Metrology, and an experienced PC-DMIS trainer, will present the session using live screen capture so viewers can follow along. During the 30 minute webinar, Chuck will show users how to use report labels and built-in templates, how to add custom logos to reports, simple techniques for report customization, and the AS9102 Excel template add-in for First Article Inspection.
A live question and answer session will follow the presentation. Archived versions of the webinar including a new interactive transcript feature are posted within two weeks of the live event at www.PC-DMIS.com.
About Hexagon Metrology
Hexagon Metrology serves the high precision measurement and inspection needs of worldwide manufacturers with its extensive line of metrology hardware, software, accessories, and customer services. The company's name-brand portfolio of quality assurance products include Brown & Sharpe, Cognitens, Leica Geosystems, ROMER, Sheffield, PC-DMIS, DEA, Leitz, and TESA. Hexagon Metrology has an unrivaled installed base of more than 1.5 million handheld, stationary and portable measurement devices, and over 35,000 seats of PC-DMIS metrology software. More information is at www.HexagonMetrology.us.
The company is a business unit of Hexagon AB (Stockolm, Sweden), a publicly-traded company (Nasdaq OMX Stockholm: HEXA B). The Hexagon group consists of nearly 11,000 employees located in 42 countries.