Yes. XpertMapping provides a special app, called ‘XM-Comp’, which can drive almost all CMM models and collect the data, using Renishaw XL-80 laser tracker. Soon, XpertMapping will also support API’s XD laser as well.
XM-Comp GUI does not support compensation value collection using step-gauges or KOBA gauges.
XM-Comp is not part of the license this website provides. To use XM-Comp, please contact us.
Note – In most cases the calibrator uses a part program that the client can provide him to drive the machine and generate the compensation values.
If the calibrator wants to drive a CMM with his own program, written in his own CMM client, he can use EasyCmm to do so. Please read here about EasyCmm.