The Core-D machine measures turbine blades by shining a non-contact, high-intensity light spot across the blade surface. Driven by a 3D CAD program, cameras measure the spot as it moves. The light sensor is mounted on a high-accuracy 5-axis coordinate measuring machine (CMM) that allows the system to be calibrated to ISO 10360 standard as an optical CMM for production use. Core-D can measure shiny surfaces, including polished mirror finishes, without needing a spray coating. Systems come in sizes to handle small to long fan blades, are shop-floor hardened, and can be run in automated production environments. Jabro-Solid2 JS750 end mills offer 25% to 40% longer tool life when machining challenging materials, including ISO M (stainless steel) and S (heat-resistant superalloys and titanium). Designed for aerospace applications, JS754 and JS755 cutter geometries optimize conventional side milling, roughing, and slotting, as well as advanced roughing and dynamic milling. Smooth peripheral rake faces and strong radius design evacuate chips efficiently while maintaining a true radius form. Increased front-back tapers enhance speed and reliability for pocket machining. Various optical c...