Nikon Metrology

12701 Grand River
Brighton, MI 48116 US


As Seen In Automotive Design & Production

The XM60 volumetric laser calibration system uses laser interferometry to measure all six degrees of freedom of each machine axis in a single pass

Quality, Step by Step
In the Industry 4.0 age, post-process inspection technologies aren’t enough.

Screen shot of Metrolog X4 i-Robot as it controls and synchronizes the motions of both the robot and the Laser Radar.

Automated Laser Radar Inspection
Although Laser Radar has been in use for almost a decade, the new software suite simplifies its programming and operation.

Scan It
Consider this: a field-of-view width for a hand-held laser scanner of up to 120 mm and yet a point resolution of up to 35 μm.

Laser Scanning for Improved Prototyping
When you’re doing production prototype work for Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), you’ve (1) got to be good and (2) you’ve got to be able to prove it.  Which is what Redditch, U.K.-based Birmingham Prototypes discovered when it began to supply JLR with stampings and brackets a few years back.

Lasers Prove Fast and Accurate for Fiat (and Ram) Van Production
Here’s how the use of laser scanners on the ends of horizontal measuring machines are allowing the Fiat Doblò (and the Ram ProMaster City, which is based on the Fiat) to be manufactured with accuracy.

Reverse engineering for improved performance; digital laser scanner for CMMs.

Measurement: Some Recent Developments You Should Know About
Speed and accuracy are vital concerns for metrologists. Here’s some new equipment that can help achieve them.