Modern metrology generates and collects all the required information for the manufacturing process to ensure the correctness of parts, accuracy of assemblies and as a result, the highest possible standard of products.

The role of metrology within the manufacturing process has long been associated with quality assurance – a post-production inspection of the dimensional measurements of a part against specifications. By analyzing quality data to its full potential, the quality team can influence decision-making upstream and downstream. It can help other stakeholders within the manufacturing process to ensure that quality runs throughout the product lifecycle. It can be the architect of quality design, quality production and quality product delivery. Smart manufacturing needs metrology and the data, analytics and insights it provides.


Below is a small selection of companies that use our products.

  • Oy Mapvision
  • Advanced Scientific Concepts
  • OptiPro Systems
  • Mitutoyo
  • Omega TMM
  • Marposs
  • Aerotech
  • DW Fritz
  • Zeiss
  • Faro
  • 3D Infotech

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Code Samples

Below is a selection of code samples related to these industrial sectors.


This sample demonstrates how to superimpose wireframe geometry onto a video stream and update a Picture entity from a separate thread.


This sample demonstrates how to compare a point cloud with a 3D geometry imported in IGES file format.


This sample demonstrates how to calculate 3D distances between BRep's faces, edges, and vertices and implements mixed sub-item selection.


This sample explains the process of drawing an interactive ruler on the Viewport surface. The ruler's tick density changes based on the current zoom factor. Additionally, this example demonstrates how to overlay a logo on the 3D scene.


This sample demonstrates how to implement a custom selection method on a FastPointCloud entity, including the Undo and Unselect commands.


This sample explains how to generate a section of a 3D surface model.