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November 2011
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As CAD data  translation becomes more common with the growth of digital manufacturing, so the need for validation and checking to eliminate errors grows.

Mobile 3D digital scanning has captured the very essence of the last airworthy Spitfire.

Can you scan it? Yes, we scan!  On show at Vision 2011 in Stuttgart last November was claimed to be  the the world’s smallest optical 3D dental scanner developed by the Austrian Institute of Technology

Swing-arm profilometry technology, developed for nanometric measurement of  challenging metre-scale surfaces, finds new applications.

Gauging ensures 0.001 inch flatness and 0.0004 inch parallelism while controlling dozens of production variables In an automated production system for manufacturing workholding vices.

Calibration management is key to supporting ISO/IEC 17025and ISO 9001. The right software can simplify and strengthen your quality practices

Ensuring it always has a clear view across all manufacturing processes, German engine block manufacturer Fritz Winter Eisengiesserei uses a vision system for product traceability.

New £2.2million CT X-ray research facilities at Southampton University supports micro visualization in industry and academia

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