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The Zephyr III 50 is a 3D scanner designed for high-quality digitisation, at outstanding resolution and precision, for small geometries. With its accuracy of 5 µm, it captures parts in minute detail – and much faster than traditional probes. For all its precision, it offers uncompromised speed.
From February 2020, Kreon ACE measuring arms will be certified in accordance with the 10360-12 standard. This international certification requires common tests to be performed by all players in the sector to ensure greater transparency of product specifications for buyers.
It is essential to have complete confidence in a measuring instrument when handling quality processes in an industrial environment. A scanner with good specifications and clearly defined limits can be put to better use and will provide consistent results for the application concerned.
The ACE+ arm is our new 3D measuring solution for the most challenging parts. With unprecedented levels of precision, it satisfies all digital needs, for both scanning and probing.
Engineering company Digimeca uses a measuring arm with a scanner, the Kreon Ace Skyline, to restore a legendary car.
Ateliers Paul Bracq brought in Digimeca’s expertise to digitize the entire bare body of a Mercedes Pagoda as part of an atypical project.
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Aggressive Tool & Die, inc. abandons its CMM (too slow) more and more often in favor of a Kreon measuring arm
A manufacturer of deep-draw dies and die-cutting tools for the automotive sector, Aggressive Tool & Die, Inc. uses its Kreon Ace measuring arm in tool development and quality control.
Aeronautical R&D company Eurotech meets its need for high measurement accuracy with a Kreon measuring arm.
Eurotech’s wind tunnel testing of aerodynamics pertaining to new aircraft concepts, surfaces and assemblies have to be extremely rigorous. Only the highest levels of quality ensure the results of the wind tunnel tests are reliable.
KREON and WENZEL announce a technological partnership for portable measuring solutions and 3D scanning. After intensive discussions between the management of both companies, the contracts were signed at Control in Stuttgart
Compositech produces large carbon fiber parts, which can now be inspected faster thanks to the Skyline Wide scanner and its wide laser line
Compositech manufactures carbon fibre parts for the aviation industry and motor sports. Using an Ace Skyline measuring arm, the company can inspect parts delivered and make sure they are of impeccable quality.
Herman Miller chooses a Kreon measuring arm to check and correct machine settings prior to production
Herman Miller’s metal parts manufacturing plant, based in Kalamazoo, Michigan (USA), speeds up the fine tuning of manufacturing processes by acquiring an Ace Skyline measuring arm.
KREON is breaking new ground with the launch of the Zephyr III, a new 3D scanner designed mainly for CMM applications.
Missed the opportunity to come to Control Stuttgart this year? Here is a small summary of the workshops presented on Kreon stand.
The range of Zephyr scanners has been reinforced with the arrival of the new Zephyr III. Bringing significant productivity gains on CMM, the Zephyr III is fully dedicated to the scanning speed without sacrificing accuracy.
Resolution plays a significant part in the criteria of choice. Yet this apparently simple concept covers notions not quite so easily grasped.
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Mann Hummel drastically reduces investment costs by opting for a Kreon measuring arm with a 3D scanner
The introduction of a measuring arm with a scanner has revolutionized inspection processes for plastic parts of air filter housings at Mann Hummel (Portage, Michigan).
IMARC, designer of office chair components and mechanisms, installs a Kreon measuring arm in the heart of its engineering and design department
Encouraged by a service provider using an Ace measuring arm with a Zephyr II Blue scanner, IMARC’s engineering and design department invests in the same system, gaining autonomy in its scanning and probing operations.