Product Demos

ZEISS Industrial Metrology at Automate 2015

ZEISS Industrial Metrology featured various process control and inspection systems at Automate 2015 in Chicago. See the VoluMax, an inline CT machine and other automated solutions including the new digital 3D sensor, ZEISS AIMax.

CMSC 2015

You are cordially invited to join the Coordinate Metrology Society at CMSC 2015, July 20th through 24th in beautiful and balmy Hollywood, Florida.


The CMSC lets attendees get close up and personal with today’s best 3D measurement hardware, software, and peripherals. Industry professionals in aerospace, automotive, satellites, optics, and more always look forward to the large-volume, close-tolerance test and measurement solutions featured at CMSC.


The exhibit hall features leading providers of equipment such as:

The Minitab Assistant

You don't have to be a statistics expert to get the insight you need from your data. Minitab's Assistant walks you through every step of your analysis and even helps you interpret your results.

4.5.4 SF CMM from Hexagon Metrology

The 4.5.4 SF is a rugged CMM that is ideal for machine shops and manufacturing cells. It features advanced thermal compensation, covered ways, built-in vibration resistance, a shop-hardened design, and optional analog contact scanning. 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.

Introducing Devize, from Minitab

Learn about Devize, the Monte Carlo simulation software that helps you simulate product results, quantify the factors driving variation, and identify optimal settings to improve processes and reduce defects. Try it for free at

FARO Edge ScanArm HD

The FARO Edge ScanArm HD is FARO's fastest 3D Laser Scanner. The new system is nearly 4 times faster than previous models and features an extra wide scan stripe, an increased frame rate, more points/line, and a far greater depth of field – the result is a capture rate of up to 560,000 points per second. This rapid scanning speed enables users to significantly reduce required measurement time. Learn more:

Why Attend ASQ's 2015 World Conference?

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