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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



Exact Metrology Employee Shares His Experience

Jason Kleinhenz is one of many Exact Metrology employees at the company’s Cincinnati office, located at 11575 Goldcoast Drive. While he does not have an official job title at the company, Kleinhenz describes himself both as an engineer and as a trainer. His job duties include managing and performing training, as well as marketing and creating content for Exact Metrology. 

Posted on: 2019-12-05 00:00:00



Exact Metrology Helps Create Statue of Civil Rights Activist

A statue honoring Cincinnati civil rights activist Marian Spencer is underway. While Cincinnati already has several mythical representations of women, this would be the first statue of a real woman. Spencer was the first African American woman elected to Cincinnati City Council (1983) and the first female president of the Cincinnati Chapter of the NAACP (1981). 

Posted on: 2019-11-18 00:00:00



Exact Metrology Scans Monoliths in Peru

Between August 5 and August 19, Jason Kleinhenz, the marketing manager of Exact Metrology, visited Peru. His mission was to assist archeologist and teacher, Daniel Fernandez-Davila and a group of 12 others to collect scan data of ancient artifacts.

Posted on: 2019-10-02 00:00:00



Scanning Monument Circle in Indianapolis

Exact Metrology was contracted by Innovative, a promotional agency in Indianapolis and the creative content providers for the project, to scan Monument Circle which is situated within a big roundabout intersection in the heart of downtown Indy. The focus was aimed at the Soldiers and Sailors Monument.

Posted on: 2019-08-01 10:26:15



Exact Metrology Scans Bobblehead for Museum

Exact Metrology was hired by the National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to scan their “Classic Bobble Boy” bobblehead. The bobblehead was scanned with the Hexagon Romer absolute arm. The portable measuring arm allows users to measure on the machine or the shop floor.

Posted on: 2019-07-29 03:30:33



Exact Metrology Has Successful Open House in Brookfield

Exact Metrology hosted its annual Open House at their Brookfield, Wisconsin location on Thursday, June 6, 2019, from 9 am to 3 pm central standard time. The company is located at 20515 Industry Avenue. Many old clients, as well as new ones, were on hand to learn about the company’s new technologies.

Posted on: 2019-07-29 03:10:04



Exact Metrology Prepares Peru Trip

Jason Kleinhenz, the Exact Metrology marketing manager and a degreed engineer, is getting ready to visit Peru from August 5 to August 19. He will be assisting archeologist and teacher, Daniel Fernandez-Davila and a group of 12. Kleinhenz wants to collect scan data with the Artec scanners (sponsored and supplied by Artec) of ancient artifacts and up to three monoliths. Once the data is processed, it will be given to the local museum and the local area communities.

Posted on: 2019-07-29 02:59:12



Exact Metrology Helps Create Red Stockings Pavilion Sculptures

The Cincinnati Reds celebrated their 150th anniversary as the nation’s first all-professional baseball team by dedicating a pavilion outside the ballpark on May 5, 2019.

Posted on: 2019-06-20 12:41:00



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