Computer Aided Verification

Virtually Inspect Machined Parts and Assemblies for Quality Assurance

Computer-aided verification (CAV)  is a method of inspection that compares 3D scan data of a part to existing CAD data. 

It's a cost-effective, efficient way to ensure that your parts are manufactured to agreed-upon dimensions - without having to check every part yourself or pitch a tent outside the manufacturing facility. 

Creo Computer-Aided Verification Extension delivers a straightforward, economical, and exact solution. The software allows for digital inspections of machined parts and assemblies for quality assurance purposes, and supports both CMM (coordinate measuring machines) machines and laser scanners. This integral, digital quality checking saves valuable time, effort and money.  Most important it gives you absolute confidence in the QA process.

And absolute confidence is good news for you, your customers, and your budget.