To make it easier to create and edit measurement se- quences, the new version of WinWerth® has a waste- basket function. The procedure is based on familiar Microsoft Windows features. Objects that are deleted during an editing session are saved and can be restored at any time. Restored objects are inserted back into the feature tree at their original position and are highlighted. With the expanded scope of commands for TeachEdit processing, parameterized programs can also be edited directly in the feature tree. Manually created DMIS formatting, such as paragraphs, indentations, comment lines, etc., remains intact. Subroutines can also be edited and then saved in DMIS format.

In Version 9.43, several calculation operations have been sped up significantly. This applies to the computation of large point clouds, partial contours, and actual-to- actual comparisons, which often come up when using the Chromatic Focus Line and computed tomography sensors. It takes less time to open measurement se- quences, and 3D graphic views can be saved faster in the DMIS program.

For WinWerth® Profile Comparison, where a 2D CAD model is superimposed on a video image, geometrical characteristics such as diameters and distances can be displayed using the ISO 16792 standard. In addition to live, raster, and video images from the image processing sensor, such as are found on the Werth QuickInspect and QuickInspect MT, the function is also available for the Chromatic Focus Line and the Volume Section Sensor in computed tomography.

As of version 9.43, mirroring of measurement sequences is now available for those that use 3D CAD models as well. For example, analysis programs of large point clouds with patch selection on the CAD model can now be mirrored.

The new WinWerth® Scout user interface allows for fast, simple evaluation of measurement results with a graphic display. This capability is also available for networks of computed tomography and multisensor coordinate measuring machines, as well as offline workstations (see p. 6–7). WinWerth® TomoAssist provides optimal measurement parameters for computed tomography measurements in just a few steps, even without expert knowledge (see p. 8–9). The func- tional scope of WinWerth® VolumeCheck (see p. 17) and WinWerth® FormCorrect (see p. 27) has been expanded.

The new version of WinWerth®, with these functions and more, is available as 9.43 for Windows 10 and as 8.43 for Windows 7. For detailed information, please see the version information for WinWerth® 9.43.