Verisurf Software, Inc.
4907 E. Landon Drive
Anaheim, CA 92807 US
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Verisurf Celebrates 20 Years of Metrology
Verisurf Software Inc., worldwide supplier of 3D measurement solutions to manufacturers, announces 20 years of metrology software development.
Software Company Moves to New Facility
Verisurf Software Inc. announces record annual revenue growth in 2011 and its expansion into new corporate headquarters with a metrology training center.
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New Software Interface
Verisurf Software’s Verisurf X new interface is designed to be easier to navigate, customize and learn. It also allows users to inspect, analyze, build and reverse engineer using the same software, saving time and investment in multiple platforms, the company says. New features include simplified menu structure; the always-available feature tree for enhanced access to powerful inspection platform and data; real-time and offline inspection to meshes; a CAD system for model-based inspection and reverse engineering; and new CATIA and Unigraphics/NX native read options with GD&T Import.
Verisurf - The Difference is Measurable
Verisurf Software, Inc. is a metrology software development company committed to delivering premier, field-proven computer-aided inspection and manufacturing solutions. We offer the most powerful, efficient and competitively priced Model Based Definition (MBD) software suite available today. Verisurf's industry-leading software provides The Common Platform for product data management by interfacing with all types of CAD models and measuring devices in real-time, enabling manufacturers to seamlessly and fully conduct the functions of part design and machining. Verisurf software combined with your measuring device of choice provides a simple 3D Gage for quickly yet accurately measuring parts and comparing them to the nominal CAD model. In effect, you streamline manufacturing processes from start to finish while meeting today's strict demands for quality control.