Measurement / Automotive / Aerospace / Industry Headlines / Plastics / Electronics

Mahr Federal Expands Application Center at Providence, RI, Headquarters

PROVIDENCE, RI--Mahr Federal has expanded the application center at its Providence, RI, headquarters, more than doubling in size the available space. The new center includes a broader range of dimensional gaging and metrology systems equipment to expand application development activity and allow increased customer participation.
 
"This expansion gives us the capacity to do more in a more customer interactive way," says Pat Nugent, vice president for Metrology Systems at Mahr Federal.
 
Nugent explained that the center's expanded footprint allows the inclusion of a much broader range of equipment than before. "Where we had a form machine and a surface machine and a contour machine before, we now have three form machines and four surface and contour machines," he says. "For example, we had an LD 120 combined roughness and contour system before, but now we also have room for the new, high speed, longer travel LD 260 instrument, and will soon be getting a new LD 260 3D Aspheric, as well, for measurement and analysis of precision optics." 
 
Also included in the new Application Center will be more precision length products for the calibration of a variety of gage types. The center has an Optimar 100 indicator calibrator as well as the industry benchmark, setting gage block comparator system.
 
 
The new Providence Application Center joins ranks with two other Mahr Federal Application Centers: one in Los Angeles,CA, and an even larger center in Cincinnati,OH. The benefits of these centers are two-fold, according to Nugent. First, they act as product showrooms. But more importantly, they allow Mahr application engineers to work on customer projects to develop the most efficient, cost-effective gaging solutions for their quality control needs.
 

 

PROVIDENCE, RI--Mahr Federal has expanded the application center at its Providence, RI, headquarters, more than doubling in size the available space. The new center includes a broader range of dimensional gaging and metrology systems equipment to expand application development activity and allow increased customer participation.
 
"This expansion gives us the capacity to do more in a more customer interactive way," says Pat Nugent, vice president for Metrology Systems at Mahr Federal.
 
Nugent explained that the center's expanded footprint allows the inclusion of a much broader range of equipment than before. "Where we had a form machine and a surface machine and a contour machine before, we now have three form machines and four surface and contour machines," he says. "For example, we had an LD 120 combined roughness and contour system before, but now we also have room for the new, high speed, longer travel LD 260 instrument, and will soon be getting a new LD 260 3D Aspheric, as well, for measurement and analysis of precision optics." 
 
Also included in the new Application Center will be more precision length products for the calibration of a variety of gage types. The center has an Optimar 100 indicator calibrator as well as the industry benchmark, setting gage block comparator system.
 
 
The new Providence Application Center joins ranks with two other Mahr Federal Application Centers: one in Los Angeles,CA, and an even larger center in Cincinnati,OH. The benefits of these centers are two-fold, according to Nugent. First, they act as product showrooms. But more importantly, they allow Mahr application engineers to work on customer projects to develop the most efficient, cost-effective gaging solutions for their quality control needs.
 
"Once we have a solution developed, we can show the customer what we have in mind via a net meeting, or they can come to one of our Centers and work with the gaging systems themselves," he explains.

Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to Quality Magazine. 

You must login or register in order to post a comment.

Multimedia

Videos

Podcasts

 In honor of World Quality Month, we spoke to James Rooney, ASQ Past Chairman of the Board of Directors 2013, for his take on quality around the world.
For more information, read the ASQ Speaking of Quality column.
More Podcasts

Quality Magazine

CoverImage

2014 July

Check out the July 2014 edition of Quality Magazine for features!

Table Of Contents Subscribe

The Biggest Obstacle/Concern?

In the current economic and business climate, what is the biggest obstacle/concern to your job?
View Results Poll Archive

Clear Seas Research

qcast_ClearSeas_logo.gifWith access to over one million professionals and more than 60 industry-specific publications,Clear Seas Research offers relevant insights from those who know your industry best. Let us customize a market research solution that exceeds your marketing goals.

eNewsletters

STAY CONNECTED

facebook_40.png twitter_40px.png  youtube_40px.pnglinkedin_40px.png