Heading to Control this year in Stuttgart? Come and visit our welcoming team at Booth 7412 for an inspiring chat and exciting demonstration to experience the innovative solutions Nikon provide.
From the 26th to the 29th of April 2016, Nikon Metrology will be unveiling and demonstrating various new products at the annual Control show in Stuttgart, Germany.
At Control 2016, Nikon Metrology will introduce the new Nikon HN-C3030 non-contact 3D metrology system for fast and accurate gear inspection. The extended range of ceramic multi-sensor ALTERA CMMs are demonstrated with the InSight L100 productivity scanner and with a robotized sample loading system. The new MV331/351 Laser Radar, an innovative shop floor CMM for automated inspection in automotive applications is presented. Another robotized application combining productivity and insight is the fully automated CT inspection station. Finally the complete range of microscopes and video measuring systems are also displayed.
HN-C3030 – High speed, non-contact inspection of gears
With the non-contact HN-C3030 metrology system, Nikon is making a leap forward in ultra-fast, highly accurate gear inspection compared to traditional tactile measurement methods. The new compact solution offers highly accurate non-contact scanning of a wide range of parts including gears (hypoid, bevel, helical, spur & worm gears), impellers, turbine blades and more. By scanning the complete part, customers obtain better insights into product conformity, resulting in faster problem-solving and eradication of undesired noise or vibrations.
To find out more about the HN-C3030, click here.
The extended ALTERA CMM range offers improved performance and larger sizes.
The high performance ALTERA range has been extended, now offering almost 30 different models and 7 bridge sizes. Thanks to the use of advanced ceramic components and optimized designs, the ALTERA series offers high performance and vast reliability. The solution can be applied on the shop floor as well as in the metrology room. Combined with CAMIO and a wide range of tactile and optical sensors, this range of highly accurate CMMs truly supports multi-sensor measuring applications. Probing support is extended with REVO 5-axis scanning technology to dramatically improve CMM productivity for complex tactile inspection applications.
To find out more about the ALTERA CMM range, click here.
MV331/351 – Next generation shop floor CMM
The new Laser Radar mounted on a robot provides a unique alternative to the shortcomings of the traditional car body inspection methods. The new Laser Radar doubles the measurement speed, measures almost any surface, including highly reflective bare body panels as well as shiny painted surfaces and has an integrated robot mount. This robust measurement ability means the LR can be used for both body-in white (BIW) and Flush-and-Gap inspections on finished cars.
To find out more about the Laser Radar systems, click here.
CT automation across industrial applications
Recent advances in high-flux, microfocus X-ray sources, coupled with easy automation of CT scanning parameters and analysis techniques, robot-based loading systems allow samples to be scanned, reconstructed and evaluated automatically in under two minutes.
To find out more about X-ray & CT, click here.
Microscope and Video measuring systems
As a world leader in imaging technology, Nikon manufactures complete optical and digital microscope systems with outstanding versatility, performance and productivity for any application.
At the Control Show, Nikon Metrology displays an extensive portfolio of industrial microscopes including high-end stereomicroscopes, upright microscopes, inverted metallurgical microscopes (MA-200), Neoscope JCM-6000Plus scanning electron microscopes (SEM)
For video measurement, both NEXIV and iNEVIX are demonstrated. CMM-Manager on iNEXIV integrates vision measuring, autofocus laser scanning, rotary indexing, and touch probing to provide a true 3D multi-sensor system for inspecting physical products based on 3D CAD models.