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CMM boosts turbine blade production

An India-based specialist in the forging of steel turbine blades, Fine Forge, has installed a multi-sensor Nikon Metrology CMM at its Hyderabad facility. The tactile probing and laser scanning acquisition system, used for QA and reverse engineering, has helped to increase productivity and support the expansion of the company’s product portfolio.

Nikon Metrology’s Altera CMM with CAMIO software combines touch probing, SP25 continuous scanning and laser scanning. In terms of accuracy, Nikon says that the LC15Dx laser head is closing
the gap with tactile inspection systems, delivering the most accurate results possible for a laser scanner. Thanks to the optical chain design using
a Nikon focusing lens, the scanner is able to
achieve a probing error of just 1.9 µm. 

For further information www.nikonmetrology.com

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