Take a closer look at how Hendrick Motorsports uses technology to deliver speed and actionable data to win big and gain recognition for excellence.
Check out how Baldor switched from mechanical gaging to faster, more repeatable air gaging systems that improved their process capabilities, reduced their manufacturing costs, and improved the cycle times in their rotor machining cells.
Check out how this innovative pyrometer from AMETEK Land delivers high accuracy in a three-in-one capability for extrusion press exit, extrusion press quench zone and strip mills at Sapa Profiles UK.
The Millimar C1200 from Mahr Federal is a low-cost, easy-to-view and easy-to-use Digital IC Amplifier with a new high resolution, high color contrast display that provides clear and very responsive analog readings with selectable scales.
Laser encoders from Renishaw deliver part-per-million accuracy during week-long machining cycles on 40 meter long composite wing skins being built by Flow Corporation.
Air gaging technology has its roots back over 70 years and is today a viable and highly reliable method for many applications in industries where a high volume of parts is produced or where the precision of hard-to-access dimensions makes other measuring techniques impossible.
They will spend 90 million euros on a new 52,000 sq m advanced facility in China that will produce metrology systems for their Manufacturing Intelligence division.
They see great growth potential for high precision measurement and inspection technologies in the aerospace and defense industries.
Their ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation from the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board covers testing and calibration performed using standard, non-standard and laboratory-developed methods.
Starrett not only provides mechanics and technicians on the racing circuit with high precision tools, they also support the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.
Mahr Federal features advanced dimensional metrology and gaging capabilities in their MarSurf PS 10 Roughness Measuring Unit, MarShaft SCOPE 250 plus, and their extensive wireless data transmission processes.
The latest precision dimensional measurement machines and software from QVI includes metrology systems that combine proprietary optical, laser, and contact sensors for precision measurement of manufactured components and assemblies.