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With Hexagon Metrology's Cognitens WLS400M, Honda in the UK now carries out a root cause analysis in one shift instead of several days. Measurements on the new Honda Civic that used to take 1.5 hours are now taken in 15 minutes.

Varta Consumer Batteries in Dischingen, Germany produces up to 1 billion portable batteries annually. In order to meet customer demands for product quality, the company relies on a high level of automation with visuion systems achieving 100% fault detection.


Toshiba UK has been awarded a Supervised Manufacturer's Testing (SMT) certificate by TÜV SÜD Product Service for its European TV models as part of the IECEE’s International product approval Certification Bodies (CB) Scheme.

A specialist manufacturer of high quality components for critical industrial applications has employed the latest analytical technology to guarantee the metallic composition of the products it provides. Employing a portable XRF analyser from Ashtead Technology, UK-based Wulfrun is able to quickly check the quality of raw materials, work in progress and final products.

Continuous improvement and SC21 experts TEC Concepts have helped engineering company Wärtsilä UK's Seals and Bearings Division to the coveted aerospace and defence SC21 bronze award. The Division worked in partnership with the company's Services Sales Unit to secure the award, which was awarded at the Farnborough Air Show back in early July.


One of Portugal's oldest and most famous mineral water companies, Água de Luso is using five Mecmesin Tornado digital torque testers to ensure the quality of the tamper-evident caps on their PET bottle packaging.


The design, development and build of a test machine to monitor sealing parameters on six leak test cells for cylinder head production at a leading diesel engine manufacturer has been installed by Inca Geometric.

The Piston Group, located in Michigan, and Missouri, USA, builds cooling modules for seven different vehicles. These cooling modules are built on five different assembly lines, each line building more than 50 different variants in sequence to the customers' demand. Many different inspections need to be performed on each module including verifying the build variation, checking electrical connections and all dimensional requirements


A Mecmesin Vortex-i torque tester is helping an international optics company deliver vision to sight-challenged people in the developing world.


Bombardier is testing its upcoming high-speed train ZEFIRO 380 on an Iron Bird test platform. The long-standing strategic partner, Berner & Mattner, has taken over design and implementation of the test cases for this platform. The Iron Bird method originates from the aerospace industry. Functional tests are performed in automated test suites on a model consisting of electronic components and simulations.

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