Nikon Metrology Celebrates Grand Opening of Newly Renovated Technology Center

More than 100 Metrology and Manufacturing Professionals gathered to visit the new Nikon Metrology, Inc. Technology Center, located at their Headquarters for the Americas in Brighton, Michigan.  The purpose of the event was to introduce one of the most advanced technology centers in Livingston County, Michigan, a sentiment echoed by Brighton Mayor Ricci Bandkau, who was on-hand to cut the ribbon, opening the Technology Center.  Also present was Gary Vasilash, Editor-in-Chief of Automotive Design and Production, who keynoted with a state of the Automotive Industry.  The Theme of “Advances in Industrial Metrology” was evident in the number of new and updated products on display.  These included the HN-6060, Nikon Metrology’s leading Multi-Sensor Metrology System; BW-H501 3D Surface Profiler; MMDx Laser Scanners featuring increased speed of operation; and the ShuttlePix portable, digital Microscope, among many others.  Product demonstrations and Technology overviews were held throughout the day, along with customer presentations from Arizona State University and Joe Gibbs Racing.

Also on display was a range of products highlighting:

Traditional measuring systems
Bridge CMM
Horizontal arm CMM
Articulated arms
Optical CMMs
Camio software

Large scale metrology
Laser Radar
iSpace /iGPS
Gantry CMM

Laser scanning
CMM scanning
Handheld scanning
Walkaround scanning
Robotized scanning
Pointcloud software

X-ray /CT
Electronics X-ray inspection
Computed Tomography
CT inspection of turbine blades

Vision based systems
Industrial Microscopes
Measuring microscopes
Scanning electron microscopes
CNC Vision systems
Semiconductor inspection
Optical comparators
Digital height gages
Vision measuring software

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