Articles Tagged with ''coordinate measuring machines''

Hexagon Shop-Floor CMM

Hexagon Metrology’s 4.5.4 SF with analog scanning capabilities—the company’s latest generation of shop-floor coordinate measuring machines (CMMs)—is available with an optional LSP-X1c probe head.
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Case Study

Portable Metrology Empowers Hendrick Motorsports to Push Performance Envelope

Hexagon Metrology CMMs Provide Fast Lane Measurement and Inspection
At the competitive edge of every professional sport, the margins of victory are tiny differences in energy, efficiency, skill and physical configuration.
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Software & Analysis

Industrial CT Supports GD&T

Industrial computed tomography can help with your GD&T projects.
Manufacturers of complex component parts understand all too well how important it is to acquire an accurate and precise scale of measurement to check their parts to specification and establish conformity with the data.
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Great Stories Shared at HxGN LIVE

Over 3,500 Professionals From More Than 70 Countries Attend Annual Event
Hexagon AB, leading global provider of design, measurement and visualization technologies, welcomed more than 3,500 attendees from over 70 countries to their third annual international conference, HxGN LIVE.
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CMM

Wenzel America Ltd.’s new series of improvements in their line of coordinate measuring machines, the manual X-Cite CMM System, has been overhauled with new hardware and a sleek new look that is guaranteed to impress those who are seeking a reliable CMM.


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Portable Measurement

Drive Toward Advanced Portability in the Dimensional Metrology

Dimensional metrology has played a critical role in manufacturing since the 1850s.

Since the invention of the vernier caliper in the 1850s, dimensional metrology has played a critical role in driving the manufacturing industry to its current levels of excellence.


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Analysis

Where is the Next Big Opportunity for CMMs?

The answer lies on the shop floor.

The market for coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) is mature and, as such, experiencing low revenue growth rates.


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Case Study: When Quality Is a Matter of Life and Death

The evolution and production of the .338 Lapua Magnum.
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Case Study: CMM Gets New Life

Software allows old “dogs” to learn new tricks.
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Charles J. Hellier has been active in the technology of nondestructive testing and related quality and inspection fields since 1957. Here he talks with Quality's managing editor, Michelle Bangert, about the importance of training.
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