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* View [https://vimeo.com/278343562 Vimeo]
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* View [https://www.advancedtubular.com/vtube-laser/vtube-laser_v2.9.10_romer_laserscanfilter_sound.mp4 MP4]

Revision as of 15:36, 4 July 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 2.9.10


This is a short video that shows how the Laser Scan Filter sound helps you know when all laser scan data is removed by the scan filters.

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Video 85: Using VTube-LASER to Supply SOLIDWORKS with Data for Parametric Overlay

This video shows a workflow that allows you to reverse-engineer a Y-pipe sample into SOLIDWORKS. The workflow uses a parametrically-controlled template file in SOLIDWORKS that was created to overlay the scanned-in data for an approximate match. This is an advanced topic for SOLIDWORKS users that concentrates mainly on how it is possible to handle parametric control inside SOLIDWORKS with the help of VTube-LASER scanning.

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Video 84: Measuring Convoluted Tube and Wire with VTube-LASER

This video shows VTube-LASER's ability to measure extremely convoluted parts. This wire part wraps back on itself in several places, making it very challenging. Because VTube-LASER has scanning filters, it can measure this part with a wider laser stripe.

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Version 2.9.9

Video 83: How to Use VTube-STEP and VTube-LASER to Setup and Correct a UNISON Bender

This video shows how to use VTube to setup and correct a Unison bender from model through finished part.

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Version 2.9.8

Video 82: Using MTA x 3 To Measure Highly Deformed Exhaust Pipes

This video shows using a three-measure MTA (Measured Tube Average) feature to reduce the deviations due to deformation by 50% in a highly deformed exhaust pipe.

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Video 81: SOCO Bender Correction

This video was taken at the TFS open house in Elkhart, Indiana in May, 2018. It shows an actual bender correction and its result after one correction.

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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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