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Cygnus has incorporated two additional measuring modes in its latest range of thickness gauges.  Single-Echo and Echo-Echo modes, both using twin crystal probes, can assist in obtaining measurements in areas of extreme corrosion or back wall pitting. The single-echo measuring mode is suitable for measuring uncoated surfaces with heavy front face and/or back-wall corrosion and attenuative materials such as cast metals, plastics and composites. The Echo-Echo measuring mode is used for measuring painted metals but with heavy back wall pitting for improved back wall detection.

Aimess now offers its R3Dscan 3D infrared scanner as an automated system that can be directly connected to an industrial robot. This makes it possible to integrate infrared scanning into production lines in order to inspect dimension, shape, and position of objects in manufacturing cycles.

Hexagon Metrology has launched a new release of QUINDOS, the dimensional inspection software for coordinate measuring machines and gear inspection centres. QUINDOS 7.10, focuses on usability while also adding support for the latest Hexagon Metrology non-contact sensors, including the HP-L laser scanning sensor, the PRECITEC LR optical sensor and the HP-O interferometric solution.

Launched at Control, Ametek Creaform’s VXinspect is said to be powerful and intuitive 3-D inspection software that includes all the tools for first article inspection (FAI) and quality control.

Engineering cutting and measuring tool supplier Cutwel has released a new digital RTJ (Ring Type Joint) ring groove calliper for both inside and outside measurements.

Bowers Group has announced a partnership with Accretech GmbH that will add high-end roundness, roughness and form measurement to its UK product range.

Creaform's HandySCAN 3D has won a 2015 Red Dot Award: Product Design. The internationally respected award is now in its 60th year and recognised innovation in product development and design. This year, Red Dot received nearly 5000 entries from over 1900 participants.

Hexagon Metrology has launched new 3D laser scanner to extend the function of its ROMER Absolute Arm measurement system. The new non-contact sensor, the HP-L-8.9 laser scanner is, says Hexagon, positioned at a very affordable price point. The company says that the new scanner promises to make handheld 3D laser scanning accessible to users who until now were unable to justify investment in this technology.

Working with a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer, AMETEK Test & Calibration Instruments has developed a semi-automated system for testing the firing mechanisms used in one-shot pressurized metered dose inhaler (MDI) canisters.

Mitutoyo’s QM-Height Digimatic height gauge offers accuracy of 3.6/4.5µm over the measuring range (350/600mm) and significant improvements in design and capability. High accuracy/resolution Mitutoyo ABSOLUTE linear encoders ensure precision and dependability. A large display panel with user friendly icon-based control keys and GO/NG LED indicator provides excellent useability.

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