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7th February 2017

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Spectrum Metrology is pleased to exhibit a range of metrology instruments at a new event organised by the GTMA and the Limerick Institute of Technology.  Manufacturing Solutions 2017 will be held on Wednesday 24 May 2017 (8.30am to 4pm).

This new event will include exhibits from providers of machine tools, cutting tools, metrology, inspection and manufacturing software.  There will also be a programme of leading industrial keynote speakers (companies confirmed so far include Siemens and Stryker Medical).

Spectrum Metrology will have a range of metrology instruments at the show, including the Surtronic range of workshop surface roughness testers which combine a robust, ergonomic design with intuitive software and flexibility to cover a range of surface finish measurement requirements.

Surtronic surface roughness tester on component
Surtronic S100 surface roughness tester

Spectrum Metrology will also be pleased to demonstrate the inspection time savings using the VideoCAD Rapid precision geometry measurement station with intuitive Saphir software.

The event is free to attend and will be held at the LIT, Moylish Park, Limerick, Ireland.  Free parking and refreshments are also available however spaces will be limited and early registration is recommended.  Full details are on the webpage: www.manufacturingsolutions.ie