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  MEASUREMENT LEADERS
CASE STUDIES
SHOWCASE
   FEATURED COMPANIES
Case studies of exhibitors at Manufacturing Solutions cover a wide range of specialisations and excellence at work. They are relevant to multiple sectors and the event organisers hope they will bring Irish and UK-based companies closer together for successful collaborations.
FEATURED COMPANIES
Werth Metrology 27 Roemheld 28 Machine Tool Technologies 28 Heidenhain 32-33 Kemet 32 Wogaard 33 ND Precision Products 35 Alicona 35 CGTech 36-37 Tinius Olsen 36-37 IndySoft 39 Grattan Computers 39 Renishaw 41 Faulkner Moulds 41 Mahr UK 43 AddQual 43
EXCITING TIMES AS WERTH EXPANDS
  Explansion plans within the UK and Ireland are expanding quickly for Werth Metrology, the world leaders in coordinate measuring machines with optics, multi sensor systems and innovators in comput- ed tomography.
With refurbishments underway, the compa- ny plans to host a series of demo days, training courses and educational seminars throughout 2019.
The announcement came as Werth cele- brated the opening of a new office and showroom in Pride Park, Derby.
Director Carl Harrison, described the recent move: “This is an exciting time for Werth Metrology. We offer solutions for the most complex of applications and our plans to expand within the UK & Ireland are moving at a rapid pace. We are very much looking forward to demonstrating our innovative technology throughout 2019 and beyond.”
Werth, a GTMA exhibitor at Manufacturing Solutions, has over 60 years serving indus- try and has built an admired tradition in fine mechanics and optics. Part of Werth Messtechnik GmbH, it has installed over
10,000 measuring machines in many indus- trial fields.
Applications include in aerospace engineer- ing, automotive manufacturing, electronics, jewellery making, toolmaking, plastic injection moulding, medical technology, turbine manu- facturing and aluminium or plastic extrusions.
It is a leader in coordinate measuring tech- nology with optical sensors, multisensors and x-ray tomography, as well as in the measurement of micro features.
Its product range extends from classic pro- file and measurement projectors with stan- dard resolution for optical 2D and 3D coor- dinate measurement technology to equip- ment with multiple sensors such as optics, laser and touch probes.
The Werth Interferometer Probe (WIP), above, provides for measurements with tight tolereances in deep holes and narrow slits with long measuring probes.
For more information visit its Stand, website or speak to Carl Harrison directly on
07837 410 137.
www.werth-metrology.com Stand 16
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