QMT News: July 2016
Aiming for pole


Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence UK is helping a group of university students to fine-tune the design of a single seat racing car for a top educational motorsport competition.

The 24-strong team from the University of Sunderland is using a Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence TIGO SF co-ordinate measuring machine and ROMER Absolute portable measuring arm for a range of measurement and inspection tasks.

Based at the university’s Institute for Automotive and Manufacturing Advanced Practice (AMAP) facility, the SU team is aiming for success in the Formula Student contest set to take place at Silverstone in July.
As an Innovation Partner of Formula One’s Red Bull Racing, Hexagon also arranged for the students to boost their preparations for the event with a trip to the team’s headquarters at Milton Keynes.
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