Origin News & Events
Origin is pleased to present a new release of their Origin APPS. This release represents a huge effort in product development. Any annual support customer will receive this update free as part of their plan.
What Products are Included
- CheckMate Runtime (requires CheckMate for SOLIDWORKS to author)
- CheckMate Interactive (gives complete access to browsers)
- Calypso to Equator™ - PCDMIS to Equator™ - CMM Translators - NetInspect
In the new 723 release, you will find significant enhancements! In addition to PC-DMIS and Calypso loader improvements, you will find a new and improved help file as well as numerous new features.
Dont miss this opportunity to hear Murray Desnoyer, CEO, Origin International, speak about "CheckMate" which is now in the manufacturing arena taking the model GD&T digital data through a full CMM analysis and inspection report.
Date: Tuesday May 23, 2017
Time: 4:30pm Registration, Networking
Place: Purdue Technology Park.
5225 Exploration Dr.. Indianapolis, IN 26241Read More
David Schlitt will speak at AeroDef Manufacturing 2017 taking place March 6-9, 2017 in Ft. Worth, Texas at the Ft. Worth Convention Center.Read More
Oboe Wu from SOLIDWORKS takes a look at actual MBD implementations and the strategies some companies followed.Read More
Come see Origin International at the DMSC Booth (E-5200) during the IMTS show in Chicago (Sept 8-13) where we will receive a QIF document containing features and tolerance, export DMIS to measure a part on a Renishaw Equator™, and translate DMIS format results to QIF Results format and pass that on to another application in a live demonstration with several other companies.
QIF is the Quality Information Framework, a suite of XML based data models that contain everything from model definitions with associated GD&T, inspection plans, inspection results, to multi-part statistics in a common QIF document format. The new QIF 2.0 standard has been approved by the Dimensional Metrology Standards Consortium (DMSC) for progression to an ANSI standard and will be out for public review this fall.