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EMS Joins API to Deliver Precision Laser Tracking for Reverse Engineering Applications

Published: Thursday, May 19, 2016 - 12:48

(API: Tampa, FL) - EMS, one of the largest single-source providers of advanced 3D scanning and printing solutions, and API (Automated Precision) have agreed to a formal reseller partnership to distribute API’s advanced laser-tracker metrology products in the United States.

“API’s laser tracking products and technology are a great addition to EMS’ line of 3D scanning products,” says Mark Kemper, CEO of EMS. “As an API-authorized reseller, we are excited to be able to offer API’s advanced OmniTrac2 and Radian laser trackers to our customers who require high-accuracy, fast, and portable 3D measuring solutions for large part inspection, calibration, alignment and reverse engineering needs.”

EMS will begin reselling API’s OmniTrac2 and Radian products, and add the OmniTrac2 to its 3D scanning and metrology services capabilities. The only wireless tracker capable of dynamic measurements, API’s OmniTrac2 is a compact, lightweight wireless tracker that measures up to 100 m, while API’s Radian laser tracker combines onboard intelligence with durability and accuracy to deliver reliable data for inspection, calibration, alignment, and assembly applications.

“Partnering with EMS enables API to efficiently expand our sales and distribution network in the Southeast and Midwest through one of the oldest, respected, and experienced providers of 3D scanning and inspection solutions in the region,” says Paul Nicholas, key account manager at API.


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Founded in 1987 by Kam Lau, Automated Precision Inc. (API) is the inventor and original patent holder on the first laser tracker systems. API develops and manufactures laser trackers; portable coordinate measuring machines (CMMs); laser tracker accessories, which include probes, sensors, targets, cameras, SMRs, and scale bars; and machine tool calibration products. API Technical Services include contract measurement equipment rental, onsite laser tracker calibrations, machine tool error mapping, machine tool alignment, and training for 3-D measurement systems and analysis software. With its world headquarters in Rockville, Maryland, API has offices in China, Germany, and India.