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Why Use a CT Scanner for an Industrial Job?

The ability to “see through” a solid object was once thought to be a tool of the future, or a power belonging to Superman–but the technology is here today, and more widespread and accessible than you may have thought.

Posted on: 2020-03-11 00:00:00



Exact Metrology Receives Two New Firearms Certifications

Exact Metrology, a comprehensive metrology services provider, announced that they recently received two new certifications; the FFL (Federal Firearms License) and ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Registration). Both the FFL and ITAR certifications are required by the Federal Government for any manufacturer or dealer to deal with firearms.

Posted on: 2020-03-05 08:49:48



Exact Metrology Now Offers New Artec LEO 3D Scanner

Exact Metrology is proud to announce the availability of the Artec LEO  3D scanner, produced by Artec 3D, a world-renowned developer and manufacturer of professional 3D scanners and software. Artec LEO is the first scanner to offer onboard automatic processing with an integrated touch panel viewer and frees users from being tied to a computer for data capture.

Posted on: 2020-02-27 12:45:02



Exact Metrology Offers Tips On Airfoil Scanning Procedures

Exact Metrology, a leading supplier of 3D laser and CT scanning equipment and services details the steps to a successful airfoil evaluation.

Posted on: 2020-02-20 08:45:17



Exact Metrology Set to Open New Center in Moline, Illinois

Exact Metrology, a comprehensive metrology services provider, will be adding a new facility. With existing facilities in Brookfield, Wisconsin, Cincinnati, Ohio and an upcoming one in Texas, the company will have a center in Moline, Illinois. The new location will open on March 1, 2020 and will be located at 4715 15th Street A. The need for a new space arose from the increasing number of clients in the area.

Posted on: 2020-02-13 10:01:03



Exact Metrology Now Offers the Artec Micro 3D Scanner

The Artec Micro, an automated, metrology-grade desktop 3D scanner is Artec 3D’s most accurate 3D scanner to-date and is used for scanning tiny mechanical parts, such as engine valves or connectors, for inspection and reverse engineering, as well as other small objects for industries such as heritage preservation, dentistry and medical.

Posted on: 2020-02-13 09:36:07



When Art Meets Technology

As technology rapidly advances, its uses are benefiting nearly every industry, and the world of art is no exception. Brad McConnell, a mechanical design instructor at John T. Blong Technology Center, Davenport, Iowa (Eastern Iowa Community College), wanted to expand the types of projects offered for the school’s mechanical design program. 

Posted on: 2020-02-07 09:08:37



Contaminated Water Source at a Nuclear Power Plant Facility is “Problem-Solved” Using 3D Laser Scanning

Nuclear power has long been a clean dependable source of energy throughout the world.  However, as power plants age, concerns grow on their continued reliability. There are many components that make up the infrastructure of a nuclear power plant with the design intent to reduce radiation and contamination exposure to personnel, equipment and the surrounding environment.

Posted on: 2020-01-23 01:09:26



Scanning Vs. CMM - A Short Comparison Of Technologies

For over 50 years, the benchmark for accuracy in measuring solid objects, whether machined, molded, die cast, welded or forged, was the coordinate measuring machine.  Using a solid granite base table typically, along with a vertical, horizontal, gantry or bridge-mounted arm and touch probe, measurements would be taken and compared in blocks to an engineering file.

Posted on: 2020-01-16 12:19:56



Exact Metrology Helps Sculptor Create Life-Size Statues of First Responders

Cincinnati native Tom Tsuchiya is a well-known artist whose previous work includes bronze statues of former Cincinnati Reds players near the entrance of the Great American Ball Park and the inductees of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Now, Tsuchiya’s artistic skills are on display in Florence, Kentucky. The Florence Community Plaza features life-size statues of a firefighter, a public service worker and a police officer.

Posted on: 2020-01-07 00:00:00



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