Nikon Metrology

WEBINAR – Microfocus Computed Tomography – October 16th 2018

Do you have 100% confidence in the failure-free operation of your critical parts?  Microfocus Computed Tomography can help… Join this webinar on October 16th, 2018 at  (15:00 CEST – 14:00 BST – 09:00 EDT). Nikon industrial X-ray and CT systems inspect internal dimensions with micron-level detail in a non-destructive way. CT also provides insight into the material structure and is a must-have tool in the inspection toolbox to ensure Quality 4.0 processes. Join us for a webinar that explains how Nikon Metrology X-ray and CT solutions Read more...

Nikon Metrology drives Quality 4.0 at IMTS – Visit booth #135060

As the growth of Industry 4.0 accelerates, quality control needs to keep pace with these latest developments. Digital, automated and connected inspection enables complete process control from design through to manufacture – defined by the term ‘Quality 4.0’. At IMTS 2018, Nikon Metrology exhibits a complete portfolio, amongst a range of automated quality inspection solutions and demonstrates how they meet the demands of Quality 4.0.   At IMTS 2018 (Sept. 10 – 15 at McCormick Place, Chicago, IL), all Nikon Metrology product lines are Read more...

Nikon sponsors the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie

Nikon was an official sponsor for the 147th Open Championship at Carnoustie this past week (15th – 22nd July 2018). The eventual winner of The Open was Francesco Molinari, who secured his first career major title.     The Open Championship is the world’s oldest and most traditional golf tournament, as well as one of the major golfing events. For over 150 years, the Open Championship has played host to some of the world’s best players who set out to become the “Champion Golfer of the Year”. The 147th Open was hosted this year Read more...

Nikon’s global X-ray User Forum addresses CT in Industry 4.0

Nikon Metrology and Nikon Corporation recently held its first global X-ray User Forum at Tring, UK. Customers from around the world were invited to share their implementation of CT technology and review applications and new practices consistent with the demands of Industry 4.0.     The goal of the User Forum was to create a common platform for Nikon and its customers, allowing for learnings and further advancement within CT (computed tomography) technology and applications. Customers active in aerospace, automotive and medical industries, as Read more...

Nikon Metrology sharpens its focus on automated car body inspection at automatica 2018

From June 19th to June 22nd, Nikon Metrology will be exhibiting at the automatica tradeshow at Messe München, Germany.  Next week, the Laser Radar shop floor CMM is demonstrated at automatica 2018 in Munich. With drastically increased feature measurements and surface scanning speed, it’s the innovative solution for continuously monitoring quality throughout car body production. As the growth of Industry 4.0 accelerates, quality inspection needs to keep pace with these latest evolutions. Digital, automated and connected inspection enables complete Read more...

Nikon Metrology drives Quality 4.0 at Control 2018

At Control 2018, Nikon Metrology’s focus on inspection automation sharpens. As the growth of Industry 4.0 accelerates, quality control needs to keep pace with these latest evolutions. Digital, automated and connected inspection enables complete process control from design through to manufacture – defined by the term ‘Quality 4.0’.       Industry 4.0 is the digitization of the whole design to manufacturing process. It aims to increase competitiveness of the manufacturing industry by introducing a more efficient and flexible Read more...

Nikon turns 100 – Unlock the future with the power of light

  Today, Nikon turns 100. With gratitude to everyone who has supported us, Nikon proudly celebrates its 100th anniversary on July 25th, 2017.   “Light” – the original essence of everything Nikon. Founded in 1917, Nikon began as a manufacturer of precision optical glass. In 1925, the company expanded into optical instruments, introducing the world’s first microscope with a revolving nosepiece and interchangeable objectives — JOICO. Since then, Nikon microscopes have helped to advance science and technology all over the world, Read more...

MACH 2016: visiting The NEC, Birmingham this week? Come and see Nikon at stand 5930 for a chance to win a DSLR camera

Nikon Metrology Stand at MACH 2016

Head to hall 5, stand 5930 at MACH 2016 for live interactive demonstrations and a chance to win a Nikon D750 DSLR camera. Nikon Metrology offers innovative measurement products, including vision measuring systems complemented by optical and mechanical 3D metrology solutions, responding to the advanced inspection requirements of the consumer, automotive, aerospace, electronics and medical industries. Come and visit stand 5930/hall 5 for live interactive demonstrations. Visit http://www.nikonmetrology.com/en_EU to find out Read more...

Nikon Mexico Opens New Metrology Showroom

Nikon Mexico Opens New Metrology Showroom Brighton, MI – December 22, 2015 – As a result of increased business in Latin America, Nikon Mexico will be opening a new metrology showroom located in Queretaro, Mexico. To celebrate their grand opening they will be hosting an open house on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. The open house is free to the public and will showcase their new state of the art metrology showroom. In addition to tours of the new office, application engineers will be available to provide customers with interactive Read more...

Explore the “Smaller World” of the Automotive Industry with the JCM-6000 Plus SEM

Date of Webinar: Thursday, November 12th Time of Webinar: 2pm EST In the world of manufacturing today t seems as though everything is getting smaller and smaller. This presents a challenge for companies to not only produce but also inspect components at a microscopic level. For years many, metalworking and automotive companies have used traditional microscopes for inspection; however these microscopes are often limited by their resolution and depth of field. Companies are finding themselves turning to scanning electron microscopes to meet these Read more...