3D Metrology is proud to announce that our Sr. Programmer and President, Brad Johnson has received the Breakthroughs in Coordinate Metrology award for 2016 from the International Association of CMM Programmers for his contributions to unique and groundbreaking program coding in Hexagon Metrology's PC-DMIS software.
From the IACP newsletter, "Mr. Johnson began experimenting with the integration of Microsoft Visual Basic coding into PC-DMIS several years ago for the purpose of creating more user friendly, efficient flow control commands in an effort to provide more options to programmers performing repetitive tasks such as capability studies without the need for using expensive, labor intensive fixture setups. Many of Mr. Johnson's code samples have been permanently placed into the download sections of some of the more popular CMM user forums on the Internet. His code has been used by thousands of programmers throughout the world, making the lives of these programmers much easier. These contributions have also inspired other programmers from beginners to experts, who had no previous experience with using Visual Basic, to take up using the software to create their own codes. Mr. Johnson has always believed in sharing information with the rest of the community in an effort to make the community better as a whole, and it is due to this dedication that we are proud to announce that Mr. Brad Johnson is this year's recipient of the Breakthroughs in Coordinate Metrology award. Our congratulations to you and your staff at 3D Metrology Mr. Johnson."
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