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* View on [https://vimeo.com/268826288 Vimeo]
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* View on [https://youtu.be/YUwPGsUeiP4 YouTube]
* View on [https://youtu.be/YUwPGsUeiP4 YouTube]
* View [https://www.advancedtubular.com/vtube-laser/vtl%20smtvideo.mp4 MP4]
* View [https://www.advancedtubular.com/vtube-laser/AdvancedTubularTrax_VTube-LASER_1800_ROMER.mp4 MP4]

Revision as of 01:51, 12 May 2018

See a complete list of VTube-LASER videos on this page.

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Video Subpages Related to Specific Arms

Click on the images to enter the video subpages with videos for specific arms.

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Latest Videos

Version 2.9.8

Video 80: TRAX Rail Arm Extender

This video shows a quick intro to the TRAX Rail system that extend the reach of a measuring center either 1800mm or 3500mm depending on the model.

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Version 2.9.7


This video demonstrates how to export a report to an external network location.

This allows anyone with access to the network path to view VTube-LASER reports in a web browser.

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Version 2.9.4

Video 78: VTube-LASER Corrects an SMT Bender

This video demonstrates the correction process between VTube-LASER and an SMT remanufactured VB300 bender. We use a ROMER Absolute Arm with integrated scanner in this video.

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Version 2.9.3

Video 77: Build Entire Assemblies to SOLIDWORKS

This video demonstrates how this version of VTube-LASER can build entire assemblies to SOLIDWORKS for you in less than a minute with the press of a couple of buttons.

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Video 76: Use the Measured Tube Averaging (MTA) Feature for Super Accurate Measurements

This video demonstrates how the MTA feature can measure both sides of the same tube to create a measured tube average for more reliable tube shape calculation.

Arm used in this video: ROMER Absolute Arm 7325SI

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Arm used in this video: FARO Quantum S ScanArm

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