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15th August 2012

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Autocollimator used to test innovative Scanner System to monitor pollution

Autocollimators were used to align the optical components when the University of Leicester built the pioneering CompAQS scanner in collaboration with Surrey Satellite Technology and DL Optics Ltd

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Digital Projectors and Video Measurement Microscopes in sharp focus at MACH

Spectrum Metrology invites visitors to the MACH exhibition to witness the optical clarity and precision of their latest digital projectors and video microscopes, manufactured by German designers Dr Schneider Messtechnik.

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Alignment Telescopes used by Cammell Laird on the RRS Sir David Attenborough

Shipbuilders and marine engineers Cammell Laird are using the Micro Alignment Telescope to assist with precise alignment of the ships propeller shafts to the marine engine during build of the Sir David Attenborough polar research vessel

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New Automatic prism and polygon checker launched at Photonics West

Taylor Hobson will launch its automatic prism/polygon measurement system at the forthcoming Photonics West exhibition in San Francisco this month.

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Rapid micro-defect and gap/flush gauges at EPMC

Spectrum Metrology will be showcasing a range of ground-breaking handheld gauging technology for rapid micro-defect and gap/flush analysis at the EPMC show this November (Ricoh Arena, 14-15 November). 

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Precision Optical and Multi-Sensor Measurement Systems at Make Measurement Matter

Spectrum Metrology will be showcasing its new non-contact three-dimensional measurement system, the Conoscan 4000, at Make Measurement Matter this Autumn (17 October at the Centre for Manufacturing Excellence, Rainham, Essex).

The ConoScan 4000 is a high precision, non-contact scanner, capable of measuring a variety of materials with complex geometries for applications such as reverse engineering, part inspection and research. The scanner includes Optimets conoscopic holography sensors – which have the unique ability to scan very steep angles up to 85 degrees - integrated in a sophisticated scanning platform.

The Conoscan is part of a range of contact and non-contact dimensional products available from Spectrum Metrology, which includes portable CMMs, multisensory CMMs, shaft measurement machines and 2D Geometry systems (full details). This comprehensive range allows Spectrum Metrology to study individual measurement requirements and find the right product for the job. Applications range from intricate precision components to large scale engine parts.

Spectrum Metrology will be available at Make Measurement Matter to discuss their full range of measurement products; customers are also warmly invited to send samples of their precision components to Spectrum Metrology for no obligation evaluation and measurement or to visit the stand to discuss their application.

Spectrum Metrology are specialists in the field of electro-optical metrology, surface roughness, roundness, contact and non-contact metrology applications and are agents for Taylor Hobson (workshop surface finish/roundness, Alignment, Angle and Level), FARO (Gages) and Brunson (laser tracker accessories). Full details on their website www.spectrum-metrology.co.uk (tel 0116 2766262).