NIKON Webinar: Laser Radar: next-generation CMM for shop floor car body inspection

13 April, 2016 | Automotive Manufacturing Solutions

Wednesday 13 April 15:00 BST | 16:00 CET | 10:00 EDT

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Innovative inspection stations are being installed today, both lineside and offline, by major automotive OEMs using Nikon Metrology’s Laser Radar.

In this webinar, we look at how the non-contact, automated Laser Radar is providing OEMs with an effective alternative to the shortcomings of CMMs and fixed inline camera systems for body-in white (BIW) and flush-and-gap inspections.

We’ll outline the key features of Laser Radar, its ability to inspect almost any material, colour or surface texture and how it easily interfaces with most common industrial robots.

As OEMs continue to push the limits of automotive design with new shapes, materials and processes, Laser Radar meets the challenge with a high-speed solution, robust enough to be deployed directly on the factory floor.

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This webinar is presented by:

Jon Koepl Jon_Koepl

Jon Koepl is a senior sales and application specialist in the field of large scale metrology.  Jon has teamed with key automotive OEMs and integration partners to deliver a truly new approach that revolutionises car body inspection using the automated capabilities of the Laser Radar.

 

 

About NIKON 

Nikon Metrology – part of the Nikon Group – offers an extensive metrology product portfolio, including CMM and laser-scanning solutions complemented with large scale metrology, state-of-the-art vision measuring instruments and microscopes. These innovative measuring and precision solutions respond to the advanced inspection requirements of manufacturers active in consumer, automotive, aerospace, electronics, medical and other industries. Nikon Metrology contributes to a high performance manufacturing process that allows companies to deliver premium quality products in a shorter time.

Information can be requested at: http://www.nikonmetrology.com