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Nikon Metrology Helps Companies Increase Bottom Line Through Technology Event

November 4, 2013
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BRIGHTON, MI –– CMM-Manager is viewed as one of the most valued tactile inspection software programs for CNC and portable CMM’s in the industry. This task-oriented, highly intuitive software helps users more accurately complete projects in less time; resulting in increased productivity. To help companies improve their bottom line and broaden their knowledge of this program, Nikon is offering free CMM-Manager User Group technology events to its customers. As a result, companies across the nation are sending users to these free technology events to learn more about this multifaceted program, while increasing efficiency; thus broadening user knowledge, and raising ROI.

Many of the CMM-Manager users whom attended the CMM-Manager Users Group Seminar in Brighton agreed the skills learned during this seminar will be very beneficial in the near future. Many said that the information they learned during this seminar will reduce inspection time and increase efficiency when using this powerful software. 

The next CMM User Group Seminar will be held in Irving, TX this upcoming November.

For more information on upcoming seminars in your area visit Nikon Metrology online at http://www.nikonmetrology.com/Events, or contact Kate Vander Meulen at 810-494-5614.

 

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