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November 2008
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A three phase implementation of an on-line shopfloor system  improves shopfloor efficiency, accuracy and quality at automotive chassis manufacturer

100% inspection of huge wind turbine blades using shearography systems is helping to power the green energy revolution

Zwick testing machines enable architects to realize revolutionary design for France's largest tensile structure

Toshiba GE Turbine Components (TGTC) has reduced the time required to inspect and measure steam turbine blades from 280 minutes to 45 minutes

 2-D inspection by camera-based system of large, flat aerospace components  is up to three times faster and more cost effective than laser system.

A new colour measurement system will save automakers and automotive suppliers considerable time and money in applying metallic flake and other effect paints

It is the application which matters when choosing the right type of non contact displacement sensor for precision measurement. By Chris Jones, Micro-Epsilon

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