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1. (WO2019067774) SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR MEASURING VARIOUS PROPERTIES OF AN OBJECT
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WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:

1. A method of measuring various properties of an object, the method comprising: mounting a first measuring device to an end of an articulated arm coordinate measuring machine;

measuring three-dimensional coordinates of a surface of an object using the first measuring device mounted to the end of the articulated arm coordinate measuring machine;

mounting a second measuring device to the end of the articulated arm coordinate measuring machine;

measuring a second property of the object using the second measuring device mounted to the end of the articulated arm coordinate measuring machine after the three-dimensional coordinates have been measured.

2. The method of Claim 1 , wherein the first measuring device is a non-contact coordinate detection device.

3. The method of Claim 2, wherein the first measuring device is a laser scanner.

4. The method of Claim 2, wherein the first measuring device is a structured light scanner.

5. The method of any of Claims 1-4, wherein the second measuring device is kinematically mounted to the articulated arm CMM.

6. The method of any of Claims 1-5, wherein the second property is a non-geometric property of the object.

7. The method of any of Claims 1-6, wherein the second property is not a property that can be detected by a standard camera.

8. The method of any of Claims 1-7, wherein the second property is not a geometric property' of the surface of the object.

9. The method of any of Claims 1-8, wherein the second measuring device is an ultrasound scanner.

10. The method of any of Claims 1-8, wherein the second measuring device is an eddy current sensor.

11. The method of any of Claims 1 -10, wherein the second measuring device is configured to detect voids or cracks below a surface of the object.

12. The method of any of Claims 1-8, wherein the second measuring device is a spectral or hyperspectral imager.

13. The method of any of Claims 1-8, wherein the second measuring device is a roughness sensor.

14. The method of any of Claims 1 -8, wherein the second measuring device is a hardness sensor.

15. The method of any of Claims 1-14, further comprising the step of generating a model of the object using at least the measured three-dimensional coordinates prior to measuring the second property.

16. The method of Claim 15, further comprising displaying to a user a portion of the object for which the second property has not yet been measured.

17. The method of any of Claims 15-16, further comprising displaying to a user a suggested portion of the object to measure with the second measuring device.

18. The method of any of Claims 15-17, further comprising displaying to a user a suggested position of the articulated arm coordinate measuring machine to measure the object in a region where the second property has not yet been measured.

19. The method of any of Claims 15-18, further comprising displaying to a user portions of the object for which the second property has already been measured.

20. The method of any of Claims 15-19, further comprising indicating to a user when all of a desired portion of the object has been measured with the second measuring device.

21. The method of any of Claims 1 -20, wherein the second measuring device is configured to generate a plurality of data over a two-dimensional area.

22. The method of Claim 21, further comprising associating a data point in the two-dimensional area with a three-dimensional coordinate on the object.

23. A method of measuring various properties of an object, the method comprising: measuring three-dimensional coordinates of a surface of an object using a coordinate measuring device;

mounting a second measuring device to the coordinate measuring device; and measuring a second property of the object using the second measuring device mounted to the coordinate measuring device after the three-dimensional coordinates have been measured.

24. The method of Claim 23, wherein the coordinate measuring device is an articulated arm coordinate measuring machine.

25. The method of Claim 23, wherein the coordinate measuring device is a retroreflector associated with a laser tracker.

26. The method of any of Claims 23-25, wherein the coordmate measuring device comprises a non-contact coordinate detection device,

27. The method of Claim 26, wherein the non-contact coordinate detection device is a laser scanner.

28. The method of Claim 26, wherein the non-contact coordinate detection device is a structured light scanner.

29. The method of any of Claims 23-28, wherein the second measuring device is kinematically-mounted to the coordinate measuring device.

30. The method of any of Claims 23-29, wherein the second property is a non-geometric property of the object.

31. The method of any of Claims 23-30, wherein the second property is not a property that can be detected by a standard camera.

32. The method of any of Claims 23-31, wherein the second property is not a geometric property of the surface of the object.

33. The method of any of Claims 23-32, wherein the second measuring device is an ultrasound scanner.

34. The method of any of Claims 23-32, wherein the second measuring device is an eddy current sensor.

35. The method of any of Claims 23-34, wherein the second measuring device is configured to detect voids or cracks below a surface of the object.

36. The method of any of Claims 23-32, wherein the second measuring device is a spectral or hyperspectral imager.

37. The method of any of Claims 23-32, wherein the second measuring device is a roughness sensor.

38. The method of any of Claims 23-32, wherein the second measuring device is a hardness sensor.

39. The method of any of Claims 23-38, further comprising the step of generating a model of the object using the measured three-dimensional coordinates prior to measuring the second property.

40. The method of Claim 39, further comprising displaying to a user a portion of the object for which the second property has not yet been measured.

41. The method of any of Claims 39-40, further comprising displaying to a user a suggested portion of the object to measure with the second measuring device.

42. The method of any of Claims 39-41, further comprising displaying to a user a suggested position of the coordinate measuring device to measure the object in a region where the second property has not yet been measured.

43. The method of any of Claims 39-42, further comprising displaying to a user portions of the object for which the second property has already been measured.

44. The method of any of Claims 39-43, further comprising indicating to a user when all of a desired portion of the object has been measured with the second measuring device.

45. The method of any of Claims 23-44, wherein the second measuring device is configured to generate a plurality of data over a two-dimensional area.

46. The method of Claim 45, further comprising associating a location in the two-dimensional data with a three-dimensional coordinate on the object.

47. A device configured to measure a surface geometry of an object and at least one other property of the object, the device comprising:

a coordinate measuring device configured to measure three-dimensional coordinate data of a surface of an object by at least measuring a position and orientation of a portion of the coordinate measuring device, the coordinate measuring device further comprising a mounting portion configured to receive a second measuring device such that the coordinate measuring device can measure a position and orientation of the second measuring device;

a second measuring device mounted to the mounting portion and configured to measure a property of the object different from the three-dimensional coordinate data of the surface of the object at a plurality of locations;

one or more processors configured to use the three-dimensional coordinate data of the surface of the object and measured positions and orientations of the second measuring device to associate data, collected by the second measuring device with corresponding three-dimensional coordinates.

48. The device of Claim 47, wherein the coordinate measuring device comprises an articulated arm coordinate measuring machine.

49. The device of any of Claims 47-48, wherein the coordinate measuring device comprises a laser tracker.

50. The device of any of Claims 47-49, wherein the coordinate measuring device comprises a laser scanner.

51. The device of any of Claims 47-50, wherein the coordinate measuring device comprises a structured light scanner.

52. The device of any of Claims 47-51, wherein the second measuring device is kinematically mounted to the coordinate measuring device.

53. The device of any of Claims 47-52, wherein the property of the object different from the three-dimensional coordinate data of the surface of the object is a non-geometric property of the object.

54. The device of any of Claims 47-53, wherein the property of the object different from the three-dimensional coordinate data of the surface of the object is not a property that can be detected by a standard camera.

55. The device of any of Claims 47-54, wherein the second measuring device is an ultrasound scanner.

56. The device of any of Claims 47-54, wherein the second measuring device is an eddy current sensor.

57. The device of any of Claims 47-56, wherein the second measuring device is configured to detect voids or cracks below a surface of the object.

58. The device of any of Claims 47-54, wherein the second measuring device is a spectral or hyperspectral imager.

59. The device of any of Claims 47-54, wherein the second measuring device is a roughness sensor.

60. The device of any of Claims 47-54, wherein the second measuring device is a hardness sensor.

61. The device of any of Claims 47-60, wherein the one or more processors are configured to generate a model of the object using the three-dimensional coordinates.

62. The device of Claim 61, further comprising a display, wherein the one or more processors are configured to operate the display to indicate a portion of the object for which the property of the object different from the three-dimensional coordinate data of the surface of the object has not yet been measured.

63. The device of any of Claims 61-62, further comprising a display, wherein the one or more processors are configured to operate the display to indicate a suggested portion of the object to measure with the second measuring device.

64. The device of any of Claims 61-63, further comprising a display, wherein the one or more processors are configured to operate the display to indicate portions of the object where the property of the object different from the three-dimensional coordinate data of the surface of the object has already been measured.

65. The device of any of Claims 61-64, wherein the one or more processors are configured to output a signal to a user when all of a desired portion of the object has been measured with the second measuring device.

66. The device of any of Claims 47-65, wherein the second measuring device is configured to generate a plurality of data over a two-dimensional area.