The Better Parts Challenge
Jenoptik Industrial Metrology will be inviting U.S. manufacturers to bring their part quality challenges to its experts to explore how their measuring devices and software can help them make better quality parts and potentially reduce the cost of production.
Jenoptik Industrial Metrology (Rochester Hills, MI) announced the launch of its special 2014 event: The Better Parts Challenge. The company will be inviting U.S. — based manufacturers to bring their part quality challenges to its experts. These demonstrations will take place at road shows across the U.S., showing how Jenoptik measuring devices and software can help them make better quality parts and potentially reduce the cost of production.
“We know that manufacturers are constantly striving to make good parts even better,” states Peter Ackroyd, the sales manager. “Precision measurement of surface, form, and dimensional tolerances will do just that. So, we’re challenging customers and potential customers to let us show them how our tools can help them produce their specific parts to a higher quality, at a lower cost.
In addition to The Better Parts Challenge, Jenoptik will conduct seminars on the “Fundamentals of Surface Finish and Form.”
“We’re looking to establish a relationship with those industries that want to benefit from our expertise and produce higher quality products,” explains Ackroyd. “We help companies across many industries take their quality to the next level.”
Companies can bring their part to a stop on The Better Parts Challenge, which will tour the U.S. from April 2014 to November 2014. All road show attendees will be entered to win prizes, and a Kindle Fire will be given away each day to one lucky attendee at each roadshow event.
To learn more about the Jenoptik Better Part Challenge, visit www.BetterPartsChallenge.com.
The Industrial Metrology Division of the Jenoptik Group is a leading manufacturer and system provider of high-precision, tactile and nontactile production metrology. Jenoptik systems are designed for use in-process, post-process, final inspection, or in a metrology lab for the semiconductor industry, automotive, medical devices, security, defense and aerospace, energy, and pumps and compressors.