OGP, the Derbyshire based supplier of coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) for smart metrology, has launched the CNC 670 multisensor smartscope system in the UK and Europe. The new machine is the biggest in the company’s range to date and is capable of measuring components as large as an automotive engine block. Despite its size, the system means it retains a relatively small footprint.
STEMMER IMAGING‘s latest version of the Gocator series of 3D smart cameras from LMI Technologies has new features such as whole part measurement including volumetric measurements, 2D surface inspection, Modbus TCP support and a number of triggering enhancements.
Elcometer, leaders in equipment for the corrosion inspection industry have launched a range of ultrasonic thickness gauges and flaw detectors.
Zwick's fully automated robotic testing systems are used to achieve high specimen throughput during quality control, with video extensometers for non-contact strain measurement in tensile tests.
Lloyd Instruments has introduced a high precision universal materials testing machine for testing at forces up to 5 kN/1124 lbf. The single column LS5 has the same mechanical design principles as the LS1 instrument, with linear guide technology, pre-loaded ball screws and advanced software compensation to ensure high displacement precision.
One of the world’s leading tire manufacturers has commissioned YXLON International, a leading supplier of industrial X-ray inspection and computed tomography (CT) solutions, to build a high-energy CT system for a development centre in the USA.
Unitemp have extended the size of their walk-in temperature and humidity chambers. These have been developed to accommodate large volumes such as solar panels.
Quality engineers seeking leak detection equipment that can be custom configured to their unique test application requirements without added costs, can now obtain a leak and flow tester from Uson.
With the Axio Vert.A1, Carl Zeiss has introduced a compact, inverted light microscope that can be used for different, large test pieces and components. The microscope can be used in metallography and materials testing. Structures are analyzed quickly and efficiently, making it possible to obtain fast information about the properties and quality of the material. Users determine structures such as grain size, grain boundaries, phases and inclusions.
With the newest product- Phenom proX, Phenom-World expands its product-portfolio with elemental analysis With the fully embedded Phenom proX system analysis is as easy as imaging any sample. Switching between software packages or computers is history with Phenom-World’s all-in-one system.