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(Nikon Metrology: Brighton, MI) -- Nikon Metrology has released the Mk 4 XT V platform iteration that introduces key improvements to enhance user experience and system reliability changes to increase up time. XT V is a high-precision, flat-panel based X-ray inspection system that facilitates real-time imaging and defect analysis to the highest level of detail.

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(Nikon Metrology: Brighton, MI) -- Quality inspection is an integral part of bringing parts to market. From pacemakers to aircraft engines, detecting flaws in critical parts before final products are completed and mass produced can save lives and ensure product performance.

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(Nikon Metrology: Brighton, MI) -- Nikon Metrology introduces its latest CMM laser scanner, the Nikon InSight L100. During the last 20 years, Nikon Metrology has pioneered laser scanning and gradually sharpened the capabilities of this noncontact measuring technology. Nikon’s superior optics combined with innovative camera technology resulted in this new, groundbreaking Nikon scanner.

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Kiekert AG, the global leader for automobile door lock systems, now uses digital cross scanners by Nikon Metrology to test the positions and dimensions of sealing lips on door and rear compartment locks. Tactile inspection methods are unable to correctly measure these touch-sensitive and complex free-form components.

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(Nikon Metrology: Brighton, MI) -- CAMIO offers true multi-sensor capability, allowing best-practice selection of sensor technology for each task. By combining touch trigger, analog scanning, and 3D laser scanning sensors within the same inspection program, the right inspection results are obtained in the fastest way. Nikon Metrology multi-sensor solutions provide manufacturers with greater measurement flexibility and better insight of product conformance while increasing coordinate measuring machine (CMM) throughput.

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(Nikon Metrology: Brighton, MI) -– Nikon Metrology has announced that Hajime Kosawa, managing director, has been promoted to a new position at Nikon Corporate in Japan. NMI also welcomes Hideaki Okamoto as the new managing director. Kosawa’s success in accomplishing the integration of Metris into Nikon, along with his strong strategic management over the last several years resulted in his return to Japan with new and even more significant responsibilities.

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(NMI: Brighton, MI) -- Nikon Metrology Inc. (NMI) announces a software breakthrough with Metrologic Group that provides a complete set of new functionalities and applications for Laser Radar and other NMI products.

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(Nikon Metrology: Brighton, MI) -- At this year's International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago, Nikon Metrology introduced the MCAx Manual Coordinate Measuring Arm, a precise, reliable, and easy-to-use portable 7-axis measuring arm. It is the perfect partner for the ModelMaker MMDx/MMCx digital handheld laser scanners and Focus 10 Handheld scanning and inspection software. The system can be used in the metrology lab, shop floor, and in the field.