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measuring in ZEISS Inspect viewer?


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We have a team of people who rely on the data produced by GOM scanners. 

We had recommended people use the free GOM viewer to take measurements themselves, but recently we don't seem to be able to find the measurement tools in the free viewer version.

We can find directions online for taking measurements for the free version, but don't find them ourselves.

Has there been a change, limiting the use of the viewer since the acquisition by ZEISS or are we missing something obvious?

 

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Hello Alexis,

the viewer is really just that - you can't construct anything with it. You will get the free version of Inspect, if you start the trial. After 14 days the licence will change to free.
For measuring with a sensor you will also need a sensor license.

Nanno

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Hi

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 , interesting development in the licence model..

Are there options dealing for customers who have no internet connection ?

I.e.on shop floors and in many secure areas there can be very restrictive/no internet access .  Many companies have centralised IT who roll out software from a controlled repository , we certainly do.  This licencing model makes this difficult and perhaps even impossible.

Further to this, lets say in an office there are 15 people utilising the free software , it would be much more simple for Zeiss to deal with a single.point of contact. It seems cumbersome to the end users and creates difficulties in management of information.  In this scenario having 15 lots of contact data from one office doesnt help Zeiss or the end users in my opinion . Having a strong relationship with a single point of contact,  say metrology manager/ME makes for more clear lines of communication all round .

Understand this is a complex topic for all kinds of commercial reasons but i think a lot of clients would benefit from understanding the options 

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