19 April 2017

The rise of scanning technology is changing the landscape of quality assurance in the metalworking industry. Just what is it that makes scanning such a revolutionary measurement technology? By Mark D’Urso, product manager, marketing, Hexagon

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12 April 2017

Tool setters can lower human error, which is often a major source of delay on the shop floor. By Fredrick Wong, MTP product manager, Far East Renishaw

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29 March 2017

How did adopting portable 3D measurement machines streamline manufacturing processes? By Mikyeong Park, marketing specialist, Faro

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22 March 2017

A non-contact, high-resolution and fast measurement technique known as optical interference technology can be used as a measure for development and quality control. By Dr Sun Wanxin, senior applications manager, nano surfaces division, Bruker

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14 March 2017

Upgrading your old coordinate measuring machines can make financial sense, as upgrades typically cost only a fraction of the price of a comparable new machine. By Chris Luhman, CMM/Equator product development manager, Renishaw Far East

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15 February 2017

With its durability and vibration dampening properties, granite is the ideal material for all components of industrial metrology. By CP Chuah, general manager, commercial operations Asia Pacific, Wenzel Asia

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08 February 2017

Innovations in the compact metrology space are changing the way machine shop inspection works for the better. By Bernard Chou, regional product line manager (portable), APAC at Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence

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31 January 2017

Trends of manufacturing precision, miniaturisation and cost reduction are taking place across almost all industries. Asia Pacific Metalworking Equipment News speaks to Optical Gaging (OGP) president Stephen Flynn on the importance of utilising such trends in Asia’s rapidly-developing industries.

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26 December 2016

Technology that enhances device performance is sweeping the world from smartphones to scanners used in major logistics work. By Jayajyoti Sengupta, APAC head, Cognizant.

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19 December 2016

Mobile phone manufacturers are grappling with the need to track smaller, and better, components, presenting challenges and opportunities for designs. By Panasonic.

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