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Renishaw to focus on integrated measurement at Control 2017


Renishaw will be exhibiting its extensive range of metrology equipment at Control 2017 which takes place in Stuttgart, Germany, from 9 – 12 May 2017. Products highlighted in hall 4, stand 4304, will include a new surface finish probe for co-ordinate measuring machines (CMMs), new software for the Equator™ flexible gauge which allows users to fully integrate the system with CNC machine tools, and a new high productivity machining cell concept that demonstrates the power of integrating measurement technologies within a manufacturing process.

Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Releases PC-DMIS 2017 R1

Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence today launched PC-DMIS 2017 R1, the latest edition of the world’s most popular measurement software. ‘R1’ is short for ‘Release 1’ as there are two major releases scheduled for PC-DMIS in 2017, with continued service pack updates to ensure maximum reliability of the platform.

Aberlink CMM Passes ‘Xtreme’ Test


The recent launch of Aberlink’s ground-breaking, robust Coordinate Measuring Machine, the Xtreme, caused quite a stir at MACH 2016. As the Xtreme has a unique configuration, unlike that of any other CMM, the innovative new machine attracted many curious visitors to Aberlink’s exhibition stand.

Aberlink CMM Enhances Leemark’s Quality Department


Established nearly 50 years ago, Middlesex based Leemark Engineering, remains a family run subcontract Precision Engineering business. The AS9100 approved company supplies high-quality machined components to a variety of demanding sectors, primarily the aerospace industry, but also the pharmaceutical, satellite communications and motor sport sectors.

Renishaw announces new non-contact vision probe for the REVO® multi-sensor system


Renishaw is pleased to announce the launch of a new vision measurement probe (RVP) for use with the REVO 5-axis measurement system on co-ordinate measuring machines (CMMs). RVP increases the multi-sensor capability of REVO by adding non-contact inspection to the existing touch-trigger, high-speed tactile scanning and surface finish measurement capability of the system.