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Despite a smaller number of exhibitors than in previous years, visitors were able to discover Kreon’s new product: the Onyx measuring arm, developed and designed with innovative technologies.
9 years after the launch of the first Ace measuring arm, Kreon is innovating and unveiling the new Onyx measuring arm. With its completely new product architecture, the Onyx measuring arm is packed full of innovations.
ASTTUS is using the capabilities of the Kreon Ace measuring arm with a Skyline Open scanner for motorsport championships.
Johan Thiriet, founder of ASTTUS, understood the benefits of a 3D scanning solution for part design early on, particularly for projects involving reverse engineering.
The company K-MP uses an Ace measuring arm with a Skyline Open 3D scanner to inspect machined parts directly on the machine tool during production.
The aeronautics sector, well known for its demands in terms of quality, requires parts where the tolerances are respected absolutely. The Ace arm is very capable of validating machine tolerances.
Kreon recently launched an Ace measuring arm with an exceptionally large working volume of 5 m to round off its existing range of large size measuring arms. The advantages offered by these arms are numerous and respond effectively to your needs when measuring large parts.
Zephyr III range of 3D scanners optimise the use and thus the profitability of a single scanner by using it on both a CMM and a measuring arm.
All the 6-axis Kreon measuring arms are evolving to provide greater accuracy and improved ergonomics. Launched at the beginning of 2020 with a 7-axis version, the ACE+ arm offers the maximum performance of all Kreon measuring arms, and is now available in a 6-axis version for unparalleled performance.
The high-end appliance manufacturer Gaggenau continues its search for ever higher manufacturing quality with Kreon arms and scanners.
In 2020, we were consulted by GAGGENAU Company, a part of Bosch Siemens Hausgeräte German group, specialized in design and production of luxury household appliances. They wanted to develop their static geometric measurements towards dynamic geometric...
Over a period of time, the accuracy and measuring results of your 3D scanner can be affected by long use. Recalibration means checking and adjusting your scanner so you can be sure it continues to meet the specifications that Kreon guarantees.
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.