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More ways to make measurement data analysis easier, inspection more efficient, and better ways to find and eliminate sources of variation! Try the pinnacle of Statistical Process Control, today!

 

MeasurLink combines Real Time on-line data collection with Real Time SPC charts and analysis for operators and real-time Quality Control/Supervisor Reports and Alerts for your entire manufacturing system. MeasurLink is designed for integrated networks to create a quality information-sharing system which includes a comprehensive metrology solution for your company.

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Reduce costs associated with inspection, reworking, and scrapping

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Ensure part quality
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Increase data visibility

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Increase ease of use for inspectors

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Reduce manufacturing defects through the use of real-time SPC

SUPPORT FOR MEASURLINK 8 WILL END JUNE 2023!

After nearly 8 years, Mitutoyo is ending support for MeasurLink 8, 

 

Plan your upgrade to MeasurLink® version 10 now to take advantage of the latest software technology for quality control and data management.

MeasurLink® 10 is now available with more ways to make measurement data analysis easier, inspection more efficient, and better ways to find and eliminate sources of variation!

What's New

 

MeasurLink 10 builds on the existing architecture of MeasurLink 9,
which enjoyed record-setting license usage over the course of its life as the current version!

 

> AS9102 First Article Inspection

Provide a clear and concise approach for completing First Article Inspection Reports before the manufacturing process. Includes forms 1, 2, and 3. Export to Excel or PDF.

 

Real-Time New Product Features

>When the module is closed and runs are still active, the user will be given the option to save the layout for all active runs at the same time, rather than being asked individually for each run. This allows the module to be closed more quickly and efficiently.


>Collection Scheduler is included with the Real-Time edition and no longer requires a license. Missed data collection analytics are available in Process Manager.


>AS9102 First Article Inspection Reports (FAIR) are now available as a form to populate and print. This includes setup, data collection, and reporting using Forms 1, 2, and 3.

 

 

>Acceptance Sampling support for C=0 or Z1.4 guidelines to determine inspection quantities and results to determine whether to accept or reject the entire material lot. Displays OC Curves for risk evaluation. Export to Excel or PDF.


>A single point of data can be removed from the middle of a run in either Real-Time or Process Analyzer. Tagged data will be removed or adjusted to the new data order based on the properties of that tag, and statistics will be updated at the time the deletion occurs. Note that this deletion is a permanent, unrecoverable removal of data from the database.

 

 

 

 

 

> Missed Inspection View and Metrics

View metrics based on run, routine, station, and time for missed data collections using Process Manager.

 

Process Analyzer New Product Features

>Box Plot analysis capabilities have been added to the Capability View.


>Acceptance sampling for C=0 and Z1.4 standards on historical data.


>Support for AS9102 First Article Inspection Reports – viewing, printing, editing, export to Excel or PDF.

 

> Data Transformation

Transform data from measurement sources before storing and displaying results. This function can convert units and shift decimal points to make data collection even easier.

 

Designed to collect data at the point of manufacture, operators can be alerted of trends, cycles, and nonconformance as soon as they occur. A customizable user interface allows the user nearly infinite ways to view information specific to that process. MeasurLink Real-Time has the ability to connect and acquire data from virtually any measuring device. It supports the full range of metrology technology, including calipers, micrometers, indicators, CMMs, vision systems, and more.

 

Real-Time Standard - Features & Benefits

>User Friendly
Click a gauge button and watch the charts update in real time. This helps the operator stay on top of the process. Begin collecting data in minutes with the newly designed Inspection Wizard.


>Part Pictures
View scanned blueprints, and digital photographs at a glance. On-screen guided sequencing keeps the operator moving to the right feature.

 

>Comprehensive SPC
Easy-to-use Control Charts, Histograms, Capability, Detailed statistics, Assignable Causes, Corrective Actions, and Traceability all make this software “best in class”.

 

>Variable Collection Frequency
Allows characteristics of the same routine to be measured at different intervals while maintaining appropriate prompted guided sequencing.

 

>Multimedia Aids
Attach movies (AVI, MOV, MPG), sound (WAV), and images (BMP, JPG, TIF) to parts, routines, or individual characteristics as instructional aides for an operator.

 

>Revision History
Track specification adjustments and preserve historical data.

 

>Data Acquisition and Input
Collects data from digital micrometers, calipers, indicators, bore gauges, etc. The keyboard entry is a snap making it possible to collect data for one or even a million parts. Begin collecting data in 60 seconds with a “Quick Run” by defining features, tolerances, and input methods. There is also flexible data input by collecting data by feature, part, etc.

 

>Variable and/or Attribute Data
Collect dimensional data (length, width, height, outside diameter, inside diameter weight, etc.). Supports derived features (calculations for run out, volume, true position, etc.). 
Mix your dimensions and non-conformance in the same Inspection Routine. Track defects and defectives along with your dimensional data. Collect data from visual inspections (burrs, cracks, dents, missing holes, etc.) to determine the fitness of a part. 
Track failures using a go/no-go style or count the defects on a characteristic to determine if a part is defective. There is complete flexibility to study the characteristics individually and in groups.

 

>Crystal and Flexible Reporting
Create your own customized Crystal Reports for use with Part or Run data. 
Build report templates with company logos and free-form text. Users can also select and position chart types to customer specifications.

 

>Engineering Specifications
Attach drawings to parts, routines, or individual characteristics for viewing. 
Most file formats are supported as an attachment (e.g. Word, PDF).

 

>Data Tests
Full support of Western Electric and Nelson Tests for pattern recognition in control charts (e.g. extreme point, trend, stratification, oscillation, etc.) 
along with various alerts for each failed test.

 

>Time-Stamped Data
All observation data is marked with the date and time from the computer clock.

 

>Corrective Plans
Operators choose corrective action as applied to the part or process. 
Multiple corrective actions can be applied to any subgroup. Empower the operator to build on the existing Corrective Action list.

 

>Forced Assignable Cause
Force Assignable Cause Tags are possible during collection if the process is out of control. Empowering the operator to build on the existing pick list.

 

 

 

 

 

> Acceptance Sampling

MeasurLink's Acceptance Sampling feature calculates the correct number of samples to take and will reject or accept lots based on C=0 or ANSI Z1.4 standards. OC Curves can be displayed for risk evaluation with the possibility to export to Excel or PDF.

 

Acceptance Sampling New Product Features

>In Routine Library, runs can now be created at other stations than the user is currently on, eliminating the requirement for a setup person to be at the station to create a run.

 

>A new property for Criticality has been added to the revision level of a characteristic in the Part Library. This will support functionality for processes such as acceptance sampling.

 

>In Station Library, a DAQ source can be enhanced to apply an equation to the data to “transform” it into more usable data within MeasurLink. This transformed DAQ source will allow for simpler handling of unit conversions, addition or shifting of decimal places, and can perform similar functions as derived characteristics, such as conditionally calling external programs. Common transformation functions have been built into Station Library for users to take advantage of, including functions to shift decimal positions left or right and convert units using the long-standing Unit Manager function of the Support Center.

 

>Usability improvements to the libraries were implemented to make options easier to find and use.

 

> Dynamic Run Selection

This supports functionality for enhanced reporting. It gives users the ability to report on multiple runs across separate stations, parts, and routines based on filter criteria. Output all runs matching filter criteria to a single report, or an individual report for each run.

 

Dynamic Run Selection - New Product Features

>The MeasurLink user experience has undergone an update in visual presentation. Icons, window themes, and workspaces have been modified to provide a flatter feel, utilizing fewer but more consistent colors throughout. Additionally, chart backgrounds, plot points, and histogram bins have changed the default color scheme to remove the previous gradient.

 

>Support has been added for acceptance sampling methods of data collection. Standard AQL methods supported are C=0 (Squeglia) and ANSI Z1.4. The module will allow for runs that are specific to SPC or acceptance sampling, or they can be combined to use the same data within a run for both purposes. Users can also leverage historical data to create sample studies.

 

>Support has been added for AS9102 First Article Inspection methodologies. This includes setup, data collection, and reporting using the standard form.

 

>Active Input device commands can now be sent to MeasurLink from HID devices, such as using a barcode scanner to open an inspection routine.

 

>When the database version upgrade dialog displays, primarily after a service pack has been applied, the user now has the option to change the connection so as to avoid updating a database that should not be updated (for example, to allow switching from production to a test or QA database).

 

>The concept of run type has been added with values of SPC run (this is the run structure of previous versions of MeasurLink), First Article Inspection Results, Acceptance Sample, or a combination of the three. Specific icons have been added for each run type, and appropriate trees can be grouped by this new type as well.

 

>Support has been added for the MQTT data transfer protocol (input only).

 

>More robust filtering of trees in the Report Scheduler, Process Analyzer, and Process Manager has been included. A more advanced user experience provides the ability to achieve more complex and granular tree displays, making it easier to identify and work with only the desired data. Filter criteria include multiple logical operands, more filtering types, and grouping controls to allow for advanced order of operations. Filters can be inclusive or exclusive.

 

>XBar/R and XBar/S charts can be converted to “rainbow” charts by including the sigma zone lines and optionally adding a color scheme within the zones.

 

>A new report page for displaying the electronic signature history of a run has been added to the Characteristic Independent section of MeasurLink reports.

 

>When previewing or printing a chart in Probability View or Classic View that contains filtered data, the filter criteria are displayed at the top of the chart.

 

 

 

 

 

> MQTT JSON Device

Supports machine-to-machine communication protocol for industrial automation. Similar to RS-232 devices, the measurement, traceability, and serial number can be collected.

 

MeasurLink General Features & Enhancements

>The MeasurLink user experience has undergone an update in visual presentation. Icons, window themes, and workspaces have been modified to provide a flatter feel to the UI, utilizing fewer but more consistent colors throughout. Additionally, chart backgrounds, plot points, and histogram bins have changed the default color scheme to remove the previous gradient.

 

>Support has been added for acceptance sampling methods of data collection. Standard AQL methods supported are C=0 (Squeglia) and ANSI Z1.4. The module will allow for runs that are specific to SPC or acceptance sampling, or they can be combined to use the same data within a run for both purposes. Users can also leverage historical data to create sample studies.

 

>Support has been added for AS9102 First Article Inspection methodologies. This includes setup, data collection, and reporting using the standard form.

 

>Active Input device commands can now be sent to MeasurLink from HID devices, such as using a barcode scanner to open an inspection routine.

 

>When the database version upgrade dialog displays, primarily after a service pack has been applied, the user now has the option to change the connection so as to avoid updating a database that should not be updated (for example, to allow switching from production to a test or QA database).

 

>The concept of run type has been added with values of SPC run (this is the run structure of previous versions of MeasurLink), First Article Inspection Results, Acceptance Sample, or a mixed type (combination of the first three). Specific icons have been added for each run type, and appropriate trees can be grouped by this new type as well.

 

>Support has been added for the MQTT data transfer protocol (input only).

 

>More robust filtering of trees in the Report Scheduler, Process Analyzer, and Process Manager has been included. A more advanced user experience provides the ability to achieve more complex and granular tree displays, making it easier to identify and work with only the desired data. Filter criteria include multiple logical operands, more filtering types, and grouping controls to allow for advanced order of operations. Filters can be inclusive or exclusive.

 

>XBar/R and XBar/S charts can be converted to “rainbow” charts by including the sigma zone lines and optionally adding a color scheme within the zones.

 

>A new report page for displaying the electronic signature history of a run has been added to the Characteristic Independent section of MeasurLink reports.

 

>When previewing or printing a chart in Probability View or Classic View that contains filtered data, the filter criteria are displayed at the top of the chart.

 


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Database Management System (DBMS) Requirements
MeasurLink 10 ships with a copy of Microsoft SQL Server 2019 Express Edition. This can be for a standalone or a workgroup installation, although the Express version of SQL Server is not recommended for customers with more than 5 licenses.


MeasurLink 10 also supports the following Microsoft SQL Server versions:
•    Microsoft SQL Server 2019 all editions
•    Microsoft SQL Server 2017 all editions
•    Microsoft SQL Server 2016 all editions
•    Azure Microsoft SQL Server


Operating System Requirements
All MeasurLink 10 products are supported on the following Microsoft Windows Operating System versions:
•    All Windows 11 64bit versions 
•    All Windows 10 64bit versions
 

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