Odlewnictwo oraz produkcja form i tłoczników
Mould & Die
Formy odlewnicze i  wtryskowe są niezbędne przy produkcji elementów z metalu czy tworzyw sztucznych. Detale te muszą spełniać określone tolerancje. Co należy zrobić, aby jednoznacznie określić zgodność produkowanych detali ze specyfikacją? Hexagon Metrology zna odpowiedź na to pytanie. Niezależnie od dotychczasowych wymogów jakości, które obowiązują w Twojej narzędziowni, decydując się na współrzędnościowe systemy pomiarowe Hexagon Metrology dokonujesz słusznego wyboru.

Messtronik GmbH - St. Georgen
New spheres of coordinate metrology

The Black Forest. Thanks to successful tourism advertisements, this name is associated with cuckoo clocks and the scent of pine trees, but the early birds in the forest aren’t the only ones to catch the worm. Traditionally, companies based in this region have also been among the most ‘bright-eyed’ in the country, particularly the ...

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Bromley Technologies - Rotherham
Portable Metrology Optimizes Olympic Skeleton Sleds

Bromley Technologies Saves Hours (and Tenths of a Second) when Preparing Olympic Skeleton Sleds Using a Portable Measuring Arm from Hexagon ...

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KYB - Ororbia, Spain
Pioneers in scanning and reverse engineering for shock absorber manufacturing.

Hexagon Metrology’s long list of customers and partners includes KYB the largest manufacturer of shock absorbers worldwide. This Japanese giant, with its global presence, uses the ROMER Absolute Arm with integrated scanner for its pioneering reverse engineering work at its Technical Centre in Ororbia, Spain. The measuring arm provides precise, ...

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MGS - Ireland
Thousands of plastics parts, two measurement systems.

On entering the Liffey Park Technology Campus in Leixlip, County Kildare we stand less than one mile away from the original (circa 1759) brewing location for the most famous of Irish exports – GUINNESS. Over 250 years later the site is now home to several hi-tech companies including the Ireland Headquarters of Hewlett-Packard (HP). Deep within the ...

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Wild & Küpfer AG - Schmerikon
Pre-setting and measuring for semi-automated tool making: with the DEA GLOBAL and PC-DMIS

A black cube with an imposing glass facade. You almost think you are in front on a museum for contemporary art. The visitor is not actually so far off with this impression, as what is behind the facade is truly a work of art. The organisation Wild & Küpfer based in Schmerikon on the east bank of Lake Zurich specialises in plastic ...

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Corvaglia - Eschlikon
Anything but a bottleneck: coordinate metrology in toolmaking

The Corvaglia Group based in Eschlikon in eastern Switzerland is a top performer in every sense. The company is a specialist manufacturer of inexpensive caps and closures for PET bottles. Along with plastic injection moulding, toolmaking has a major role to play at Corvaglia. To avoid toolmaking becoming a bottleneck, Corvaglia calls upon ...

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Walther Wolf - Wendelstein
Enormous time gains

Measuring contours on the machine tool not only ensures quality but also considerably shortens set-up times and speeds up manufacturing cycles. A mould making and jobbing company reports its experiences using m&h 3D Form Inspect software and proves that quality assurance also reduces manufacturing ...

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Messtronik Weisser - Langenschiltach
The Black Forest: here Precision is a Tradition

The unmistakable style of its halftimbered houses, mills, wines, and smoked ham. These are but a few of the best known traditions of the Black Forest, Germany’s “green lung” between the Rhine and Danube rivers that borders on France and Switzerland. Yet, there is another less known tradition here in this south-western part of Germany: accuracy. ...

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