During CONTROL trade show, that will be held in Stuttgart from 24 to 27 April, KREON will demonstrate its 3D measurement solutions’ diversity, and the flexibility of its products, ready to be integrated with various equipment, to be part of manual or automated quality control processes, and to suit any part.
The Ace Skyline Kreon 3D measurement solution, which combines Ace measuring arm with Skyline scanner, is enlarged with new scanners. Thereby Skyline scanners now come in three models to create the new Skyline scanners range: Eyes, Wide and Open.
Some factors can influence the quality of data from measuring arms – the working environment, the operator, the organization of tasks.
That’s why below Kreon gives 10 tips to get the best results from your measuring arm.
Measuring arms and optical trackers are high performance measuring tools. They have their own advantages for some applications and some working environments…
It seems impossible nowadays to have neither blueprint nor CAD file, but it happens in some not uncommon cases: very old parts for automotive collection, handmade parts from design and prototyping department, or for example when a sub-contractor company has turned bankrupt.
Kreon was pleased to attend Control, the International trade fair for quality assurance. For this 31st edition Kreon extended its booth with a 100 m² exhibiting space, where its different product ranges were shown.
Control trade fair (Stuttgart): KREON and API introduce a new solution for large parts’ measurements
This new product now makes it possible to use a Kreon Ace arm to measure (scanning and probing measurements) large parts (up to 50 meters) according to a metrological accuracy.
During production, implementing a method to quickly control a series of parts is necessary to avoid time-consuming operations.