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Here are some of the latest advances in automated measurement that can help improve the productivity and capability of your inspection processes.
This high-intensity, multidirectional lighting camera technology makes easy imaging of challenging part features on machined heads to provide a clear advantage for this automotive supplier.
This touch technology introduces smart phone productivity into the operation of coordinate measuring machines, portable arms and laser trackers.
By linking CAM software into an advanced tool presetting system, this airline manufacturing unit efficiently manages a large tooling database and machining simulation on highly complex aircraft parts to quickly respond to market changes.
By retrofitting a manual CMM to run Verisurf software, a shop adds additional functionality and productivity features that are quickly becoming requirements of manufacturing and quality engineers.
This new 14,000 sq ft of office and calibration laboratory space will service and support the increasing demand of their newer Omnitrac 2 laser tracker models.
The two companies will work together to manufacture 3D-printed parts for aerospace and defense applications, with contracts expected this year.
They are collaborating on automated scanning systems for aerospace applications, hosting technology workshops and training events.
By combining a transmitted light camera and laser sensor to scan, then digitize cutting tools and production parts, the Walter HELICHECK 3D non-contact CNC measuring machine from United Grinding can create 3D models of those tools and/or parts that users can save, process, analyze and measure.
The Total Vu HMI software platform from LaserLinc hosts laser micrometers and ultrasonic devices. For specific measurement applications, combine any set of standard features and optional plug-in modules to create the perfect measurement solution.
The BendingStudio software platform from AICON 3D Systems interconnects work at different workstations to make measurement even more efficient. Users can store their data on a central server and still use them for measurements.