Product Demos

Brown and Sharpe SF

The 4.5.4 SF excels in tough shop-floor conditions, drawing its inspiration from over fifteen years of shop floor machine production experience and thousands of units in the field worldwide. It is designed from the ground up to surpass the demanding requirements of shop floor users.

This rugged CMM is ideal for machine shops and manufacturing cells - featuring advanced thermal compensation, covered ways, built-in vibration resistance and shop-hardened design.

Its most notable feature is its flexibility. The 4.5.4 SF uses standard 110/220 volt outlets with no need for shop air. Its compact footprint and roll-around stand, specifically designed to fit through a standard door, lets you easily move the SF series anywhere in the shop where precise dimensional inspection is required.

Economical to own and operate, with low up-front cost and simple maintenance.

SICK Sensors for the Electronics Industry

During front-end semiconductor device fabrication, there are several points in between processing steps where it is important to implement quality control methods. Damaged wafers are costly and it is vital to pinpoint problems as soon as possible during fabrication. Watch our new video about how simple, low-cost vision sensors can solve your quality control problems.


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TechnorazziLIVE: Hexagon Launches Brown & Sharpe SF CMM and OPTIV Classic

In this episode of TechnorazziLIVE, we visit Hexagon Metrology’s North American headquarters in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, and present the first-ever look at something new for the shop floor, the Brown & Sharpe SF CMM. We also show off the features and benefits of the OPTIV Classic multisensor measuring machine as well as Hexagon’s ubiquitous PC-DMIS software platform.

Introduction to the Harada Method

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Introducing the Harada Method, a powerful tool to help managers bring out the best in their employees. This one-hour live video webinar, hosted by Quality Digest, will be presented by the “Godfather of Lean” and Industry Week Hall of Famer, Norman Bodek, and moderated by Quality Digest’s editor in chief, Dirk Dusharme.

 

The Harada Method is recognized by the Japanese Management Association as the best day-to-day management system in the world, and more than 280 companies in Japan are using it. It is a powerful technique to develop the talents that reside within your company.

2011 World Conference on Quality and Improvement

2012 World Conference on Quality and Improvement


May 21 – 23, 2012 • Anaheim, CA
Producing Results: Solutions for Today’s Challenging World With more than 100 sessions to choose from, the 2012 World Conference on Quality and Improvement will be the best conference of the year to sharpen your quality and continuous improvement skills. You can also take select ASQ preconference coursesor sit for an ASQ certification exam before the conference begins. View highlights from the 2011 WCQI now.Insert VideoRegister for the 2012 WCQI before March 30 and receive early-bird discounts.

SICK Sensors for the Automotive Industry
Automotive error-proofing is a vital function to maintain quality. Now more than ever, plants need to be more flexible - running multiple vehicle types with different parts is common. The continual need to increase quality calls for an automated system that does not slow down production. The Inspector PI50IR vision sensor from SICK provides an ideal solution, especially for metal parts. Download the video to see how.
Using Creaform EXAscan with Geomagic Studio

This new tutorial from Geomagic features the Creaform EXAscan.  Regional Manager Nick Chwalek takes walks you through the step by step process on how to use the scanner, and its native plugin into Geomagic Studio.  The EXAscan represents one of many scanners that Geomagic has created native plugins for.  A full list can be found here

TechnorazziLIVE: Zeiss Micura CMM and Surfcom FLEX

In this TechnorazziLIVE shot in Anaheim, California, at the MD&M show, we view a live demo that discusses the benefits of the new MICURA CMM and the SURFCOM FLEX from Carl Zeiss Industrial Metrology.

 

You'll see two demonstrations. This video will start with the Zeiss high-precision MICURA system, illustrating the benefits of using this solution for tiny and delicate high precision parts. Next, see how the portable SURFCOM FLEX instrument easily measures surface texture, then processes and prints data.

Video Highlights From the 2011 WCQI

2012 World Conference on Quality and Improvement


May 21 – 23, 2012 • Anaheim, CA
Producing Results: Solutions for Today’s Challenging World With more than 100 sessions to choose from, the 2012 World Conference on Quality and Improvement will be the best conference of the year to sharpen your quality and continuous improvement skills. You can also take select ASQ preconference coursesor sit for an ASQ certification exam before the conference begins. View highlights from the 2011 WCQI now.Insert VideoRegister for the 2012 WCQI before March 30 and receive early-bird discounts.