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April 2012
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By providing real-time measurements directly against the CAD data, a laser tracker reduces repair turnaround time from weeks to days for  US Airforce C5 Galaxy aircraft at Marianna Airmotive

The new Nikon LC15Dx steps up 3D scanning accuracy to deliver more in-depth insight into turbine blade aerofoil geometry and provide more accurate section and feature extraction.

Survey reveals IT consumerisation, mobility and cloud computing increases business risk and impacts IT maturity in manufacturing sector

The world’s largest bearing test rig now operational at Schaeffler will perform realistic simulations of static and dynamic loads that act on the rotor bearings and slewing rings

Technological innovation is driving the rapid growth of vision systems. Dr John Haddon takes a look new developments in vision systems for manufacturing.

Red Bull Technology improves machining accuracies to meet ever-stringent design specifications using Heidenhain compensation routines.

Manufacturers can save cost and time by considering compliance and testing requirements at the beginning of their journey, rather than at the end. By Jean-Louis Evans, MD. at TÜV SÜD Product Service and TÜV SÜD BABT.

Surtronic’s rapid throughput system allows Barden Corporation to keep pace with  a high-volume of first-off bearings and undertake continuous sample batch roundness measurements

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