Noticias - 2019
Advantages of CMM-Manager software vs traditional digital readout
Many inspection facilities have spent years collecting the variety of microscopy equipment and vision systems that are used on a daily basis. Often, that means a number of machines function with different levels of technology, and with different capabilities. One way to increase efficiency for facilities like these is to unify all equipment with one user-friendly inspection software, like Nikon Metrology's CMM-Manager.
Seeing is believing: 2D and 3D X-ray technologies for nondestructive testing
Download Herminso Villarraga-Gómez's latest white paper 'Seeing is believing: 2D and 3D X-ray technologies for nondestructive testing' on the use of X-ray technology for Nondestructive testing here.
NEW: Nikon Metrology releases CMM-Manager version 3.9
Nikon Metrology, market leader in optical measurement systems, releases CMM-Manager 3.9. This latest version allows CAD import up to 20 times faster, improves 3D scene and CAD display, and ISO GD&T in addition to existing ASME GD&T evaluations. There are numerous vision improvements for NEVIX and iNEXIV video measurement systems, and CAD import and rendering is improved by the use of multi-thread processing and GPU rendering.
Measurement room of the future
Nikon Metrology is proud to support the BMW Group’s body shop at Dingolfing. As Industry 4.0 introduces a new era of digitalisation, BMW has developed a new and innovative, fully automated inline measurement cell for quality control. Featuring the Laser Radar, the multiple measurement cell combines a whole range of industry leading measuring solutions for full geometric inspection of vehicle body parts.
Rethink shop floor processes with Quality 4.0
Nikon Industrial Metrology offers manufacturers a new vision for efficient, productive and intelligent manufacturing. The goal is to enable manufacturers to produce better products at a lower cost, speed up the response to changes in demand, and shorten time to market, everything together resulting in greater competitiveness. At Control 2019, Nikon Metrology presents its portfolio of digital, automated and connected shop floor solutions to meet the new and varied demands of Industry 4.0.
Frost & Sullivan forecasts Laser Radar to revolutionize automotive body-in-white inspection
Following extensive primary research, key industry analyst Frost & Sullivan anticipates great opportunities for shop floor body-in-white inspection in Industry 4.0
7D Kinematic Metrology has acquired the iGPS dynamic tracking business from Nikon Metrology
Leuven, March 29, 2019. Nikon Metrology announced today that Canadian based 7D Kinematic Metrology Inc, has acquired Nikon Metrology’s iGPS dynamic tracking business. The closing of the transaction is expected to take place on Mar 31, 2019.
Nikon Metrology - Upcoming events - March & April
Over the next few months, Nikon Metrology is hosting and attending many events around the world. If you would like to experience the Nikon Metrology solutions with an interactive demonstration or discuss your applications, find your nearest location below and come along to meet the team.
High voltage microfocus CT for inspection of dense & complex parts
CT is accurate and reliable for measuring internal and external dimensions simultaneously, without destroying the part. The insight it provides through the additional fourth dimension of material density makes it the must-have tool for quality and production departments. High voltage microfocus CT offers the same capabilities for measuring large parts and penetrating dense materials. It opens new CT applications for turbine blades, aluminium castings and many other sizable parts.
Nikon Metrology presents at iCT 2019
From 13-15th February, Nikon Metrology will present at iCT 2019 - the 9th International Conference on industrial Computed Tomography, in Padova, Italy.
Focus 2019 further expands laser scanning capability
Nikon Metrology announces the release of Focus 2019. This latest version of Focus laser scanning software introduces new and improved features. These features include improved alignment workflow, advanced 3D graphics engine and extended GD&T functions, such as “Surface profile per unit” tolerance to identify local imperfections on surfaces and “Runout” tolerance, typically used on cylindrical features.
The Evolution of Flashlights imaged using Nikon CT
X-ray CT Metrology Specialist, Herminso Villarraga-Gómez continues his annual themed X-ray images, with this depiction of the evolution of flashlights. The images obtained using a Nikon XT H 225 ST show the evolution from a 1900’s matchless fisheye flashlight, to a modern LED flashlight of today.