The NanoCMM as described on this website is a 3D Coordinate Measuring Machine with a volumetric expanded uncertainty of 25 nm (k=2) in a measuring volume of 50 x 50 x 4 mm.
The 25 nm applies to 3D objects with dimensions of the measuring volume. For the intended small products, the expanded volumetric expanded uncertainty (k = 2) in nanometers is 11 + 0.3×L, with L the measured length in mm.
The NanoCMM was realized by J.K. van Seggelen at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e) and calibrated by the Dutch National Metrology Institute (NMi VSL).
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