Hexagon Metrology France, born in 2004 from the merger of the two French organisations of CE Johansson and Brown-Sharpe-DEA, was pleased to invite its customers, partners and media professionals to celebrate the 10th anniversary of its Courtaboeuf Precision Centre on 2-3 October and to attend the inauguration of its brand new tracker calibration centre.
These Technical Days of 2 and 3 October 2014 allowed the many visitors to discover these new facilities redesigned and completely renovated for greater efficiency and a better reception of its customers. Nearly 200 people took part in this event over the two days, taking the opportunity to see the new hardware and software 2014 by participating in the various workshops prepared for this purpose.
"We are all very proud of the progress Hexagon Metrology France has made over the past 10 years, and it was important to share this with our customers and partners who have made us friends to be there on these days," said Daniel Jullien, Managing Director of Hexagon Metrology France.
"The Courtaboeuf Precision Centre has been completely overhauled, adopting the new graphic charter of the Hexagon Metrology group. The laser tracker calibration room has seen its surface double to 300m2, allowing all tracker geometry procedures to be applied under the new ISO standards, including the new Leica Absolute Tracker AT402. With the centres of Toulouse and Lyon, we continue to continuously improve the quality of our service and the support of our customers.
Among the many workshops, a robotic measuring cell, equipped with the latest Leica Absolute Tracker and the new Laser scanner T-Scan 5 mounted on robot Kuka was presented. Visitors could also test the new TIGO SF, a compact workshop measuring machine designed for use in a workshop environment for small to medium sized parts. Also presented are the latest 2014 PC-DMIS and QUINDOS software versions as well as high-precision machine measurement solutions, optical machines and measuring arms.
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