Nikon Metrology

Laser Radar: Next Generation Webinar

The Nikon Metrology’s Laser Radar system has become a proven solution for customers looking to upgrade from the traditional well known CMM. Companies are rethinking the speed and accuracy of their current large-scale inline inspection processes. The completely automatable Laser Radar system is a non-contact measuring device with up to a 50 meter range and accuracies similar to a horizontal arm CMM. Parts can be measured in the same location where they are manufactured shortening the trouble shooting process and saving both time and money. Join us for Read more...

New MV331/351 Laser Radars offer faster measurement and improved shop floor usability

Laser Radar MV331 and MV351

Nikon Metrology introduces the MV331/351 Laser Radars for large scale, automated, non-contact inspection. New usability features such as an integrated robot mount and removable air filters makes this system even better suited for robotized inspection on the shop floor enabling faster measurement of surfaces, sections and complex features. With respective ranges of up to 30m and 50m, Nikon Metrology’s Laser Radar MV331/351 slashes inspection times compared to traditional measurement systems in a wide variety of applications including aerospace, Read more...

Webinar Wed. April 13 (16:00 CET) – Laser Radar: Next-generation CMM for car body inspection on the shop floor

Laser Radar

Don’t miss the Nikon Metrology Laser Radar webinar, taking place on  April 13th  at 16:00 CET. Register here. In this webinar, we look at how the non-contact Laser Radar is providing OEMs with an effective alternative to the traditional horizontal arm CMMs and/or fixed inline camera systems for automated inspection of sheet metal components, body-in-white (BIW) and finished cars. We’ll outline the key features of Laser Radar, its ability to inspect almost any material, colour or surface texture and how it easily interfaces with most common Read more...

Webinar Wed. April 6 (4PM CET) – Micro Computed Tomography inspection of AM (additive manufacturing) parts

CT Webinar

Wed, Apr 6, 2016 – 14:00 GMT | 15:00 BST | 10:00 EST | 19:30 IST | 16:00 CEST Do you have 100% confidence in the failure-free operation of your AM parts? Micro Computed Tomography will tell you … Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) is frequently used today to produce automotive or aerospace components that require 100% failure-free operation. Complex product designs use minimum amounts of material to lower component weights without sacrificing on structural integrity. AM also allows us to produce parts with complex internal structures (e.g. Read more...

Upcoming Webinar: Taking Micro-CT out of the Research Lab and onto the Production Line

Industrial micro-CT: From the research lab to the production line. Feb 17th, 2016 (2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST — 8:00PM – 9:00PM CET) Typically X-ray micro computed tomography (CT) has been seen as a slow process carried out in the research lab to evaluate failures or spot defects. It has never been fast enough to be used on a production line – that is until now! Recent advances in high-resolution high-flux rotating targets for Read more...

Webinar “CMM-Manager on iNEXIV”: Expand the possibilities of your video measuring system

Expand your 3D tactile and video measuring capabilities with CMM-Manager, now available on Nikon iNexiv* video measurement systems.  CMM-Manager is task-oriented, highly intuitive and offers powerful measuring and reporting capabilities. This webinars introduces the main features for NEXIV video measuring systems such as collision-free CAD-based path definition, virtual path simulation and accurate feature measurement for both tactile and vision probing. There are 2 sessions scheduled: Thu, Oct 8, 2015 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CEST/ 6:00 PM – 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...