Nikon Metrology

InSight L100 Laser Scanner Webinar: “Increase Your Inspection Productivity with the All NEW InSight L100 Laser Scanner”

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In this exclusive webinar featuring the InSight L100, Nikon Metrology’s Sales Development Manager, Alex Lucas, will display the versatile L100 in action. This special event will highlight the laser scanner’s capability to inspect parts quickly yet thoroughly in multiple applications, showing how this new product can help broaden your company’s inspection capabilities. The L100’s new advanced features include a larger field-of-view, improved spatial point resolution, and built-in rotation adapter, making this one of the most ground breaking Read more...

Nikon Metrology addresses the challenges of inspecting graphene

Nikon Metrology addresses the challenges of inspecting graphene

In recognition of the importance of graphene, the new wonder material that is ultra-light and flexible yet 200 times stronger than steel, Nikon Metrology focuses on providing inspection solutions for research of these new industrial materials and its application areas. The purpose of this document is to advise on excellent, proven methods for optically examining and measuring features on graphene in its raw and processed states. Bill Clement, Business Development Director at Nikon Metrology, has 28 years of experience in microscopy and coordinates the Read more...

Studio takes photomicrographs of minerals to produce stunning art

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“Nikon Metrology stereoscopic microscope fitted with a moving stage and high resolution camera replaces desktop scanner to transform image quality” Professor Richard Weston, a renowned architect,lecturer and author of numerous books on architecture and mineralogy, has formed a company – the Richard Weston Studio-, specialising in creating aesthetic designs and artworks from small specimens of minerals, fossils and stones. In 2011 he was described by a UK newspaper, the Independent on Sunday, as “the breakout star of Read more...

Nisan Engineering installs new ALTERA CMM and retrofits Mitutoyo machine with CMM-Manager software

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Dinesh Prajapati, a director of Leicester-based subcontract machinists, Nisan Engineering (www.nisanengineering.co.uk), takes the view that there is no point machining a component if you cannot check that it is within tolerance. The problem was that parts were becoming increasingly difficult to inspect after the company, which traditionally used 3-axis CNC machining centres, installed a 4-axis horizontal-spindle model in 2013 and a 5-axis vertical machining centre in August last year. Much more complicated components were being produced on these Read more...

Register now for the webinar “Enhance your production line with 100% CT inspection” – June 25

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This webinar introduces the capabilities of production CT offering high level of automation, high throughput and minimal operator input. As an example, a CT system is presented that – based on QR-codes- identifies product series and allows to perform automatic acquisition, reconstruction and analysis with pass/fail sentencing. This webinar is offered several times: June 25: 10 am CET (9 am BST – 5 pm JST) June 25: 5 pm CET (4 pm BST – 11 am EST) Please register for the date and time that works best for you. Or if you are unable to Read more...

Register now for the webinar “Introducing InSight L100 CMM scanner” June 23

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The brand new InSight L100 CMM laser scanner offers the best possible combination of speed, accuracy and ease-of-use. Suited for both surface and feature measurement, the InSight L100 quickly delivers accurate data and insightful part-to-CAD comparison reports. This webinar focuses on the capabilities of the InSight L100 to inspect sheet metal, plastics, cast parts and many other parts, -even with shiny or multi-material surfaces. This webinar is offered several times: June 23: 10am CET (9am BST – 5pm JST)              June 23: Read more...

Upcoming Nikon Metrology webinars!!

Nikon Metrology webinars

Nikon Metrology invites you to follow a webinar and to get introduced to our latest products and technologies. Please register for the date and time that works best for you. If you are unable to attend a live webinar, you can subscribe later to watch the online recordings after the webinars are finished. Unleash the power of high voltage computed tomography This webinar introduces the 450 kV high voltage CT system and explains the advantages of using a high resolution microfocus source over a minifocus source. Target applications, such as cast engine Read more...

Nikon Metrology Laser Radar, the next-generation CMM for shop floor automotive BIW inspection

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With the need for shorter and more flexible production cycles, automotive manufacturers  are  continuously  looking  to  cut  time  and  costs  whilst improving product  quality.  Nikon Metrology – in close cooperation with key automotive OEM and integration partners- addresses these challenges by introducing an innovative approach to body-in-white (BIW) inspection based upon its non-contact Laser Radar system. This shop floor system provides accurate, dimensional measurements in the car coordinate system allowing direct comparison to CAD Read more...

Nikon Metrology Exec. VP Jos Jans explains the novelties at the Control 2015 show

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During CONTROL 2015 (May 5-8 Stuttgart) Nikon Metrology demonstrated a broad range of inspection solutions focusing on productivity and automation. Highlights of CONTROL 2015 were the new InSight L100 CMM scanner, automated laser scanning inspection, batch CT inspection, the new ALTO bridge CMM , CMM-Manager on a iNEXIV system and a robot-based laser radar system for automotive body-in-white inspection. Quality engineering magazine has interviewed Nikon Metrology Exec. VP Jos Jans on these latest product Read more...