Tag Archive for Manufacturing

Apodius Delivers Dedicated Carbon-Fibre Analysis for ROMER Absolute Arm

One of the leading metrology and manufacturing solution specialists, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence launched its Composite Inspection System for the ROMER Absolute Arm with Integrated Scanner (SI). Based on new Apodius 3D technology, this combined hardware and software application package offers advanced inspection and analysis of lightweight carbon-fibre components at an unprecedented level of speed and detail.

New laser scanning technology for portable measuring arm systems

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Metrology and manufacturing solution specialist Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence launches a new laser scanning technology. Long established as the world’s leading portable measuring arm that combines integrated probing and scanning functions, the ROMER Absolute Arm with Integrated Scanner (SI) now features the brand new RS4 scanner.

Automotive Shops: How to Drive Success

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Shops throughout the automotive industry face many common challenges from part quality and cost reduction to the most critical factor – on time delivery. While the challenges are the same, the approaches to manufacturing and part machining can differ greatly from one tier to the next.

National Manufacturing Week 2016 Sydney

With over 200 exhibitors and 5,000 visitors, this year’s National Manufacturing Week, co-located with the Safety First Conference and Expo and Inside 3D Printing in Sydney, was an outstanding success in the world of Australian manufacturing.

Hexagon Metrology Rolls Out PC-DMIS 2014.1

Hexagon Metrology today launched PC-DMIS 2014.1, a significant update of the world’s most popular measurement software used for the collection, evaluation, management and presentation of manufacturing data. The new mid-term software release introduces tools and technologies to help laser and optical measurement devices perform better than ever. PC-DMIS 2014.1 delivers overall performance improvements and major…

Major investment in automation

Okuma spends £48 million on consolidating machine tool production in Japan — and there is more to followThe Japanese are famous for concepts like ‘kaizen’ that promote excellence in manufacturing, but the term ‘monozukuri’ is less well known and has no direct translation; the essence of its meaning is ‘the art of continuous improvement in…

Innovative Rear End Machining

The Esslingen-based company INDEX will unveil an enhanced version of its already successful MS52 CNC multi-spindle automatic lathe at the EMO Hannover 2011 trade show. With many new and improved functions, the front-opening six-spindle lathe with up to twelve cross-slides in the work area is also setting standards in rear end machining. Its innovative features…