This well-known adage doesn’t just apply to the design of systems; it also applies to the systems themselves. In systems designed for automated precision measurement, users are typically balancing accuracy of measurement, speed of operation, and cost to purchase and operate.
IMRA America, Inc., (IMRA) and Jenoptik Laser GmbH (Jena, Germany), a company of Jenoptik’s Lasers & Material Processing division, announce that they have entered into a license agreement for the use of IMRA patent rights for the patent family including U.S. patents.
Cheryl Guzmán has more than 25 years experience in the precision gage calibration, repair and metrology lines of services was named as Vice President of Calibration and Metrology Services at A. A. Jansson in Waterford.
Aeroflex Holding Corp. (Aeroflex), a provider of high performance microelectronic components and test and measurement equipment, announced the acquisition of Shenick Network Systems (Shenick), a provider of virtual testing for next generation software defined networking.
Integrated innovations through a customer-centered perspective describe the newest features in Coordinating Measuring Machines (CMMs). A CMM is a measuring device tabulating the physical and geometrical traits of an object, typically a part. Manufactures of these machines are studying customers’ needs and how they use these machines.