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Discover the full value of measurement at Advanced Engineering

On November 3 and 4, industrial metrology supplier The Sempre Group will exhibit at Advanced Engineering at the NEC in Birmingham. On stand G80, The Sempre Group will showcase a range of metrology systems and software that enable manufacturers to realise Quality 4.0. Its experts will also be on-hand to consult on how integrating metrology throughout a production process enables manufacturers to improve productivity, reduce costs and remain competitive. Register to visit here.

On its stand, The Sempre Group will exhibit its comprehensive range of metrology systems and software from its broad supplier base. Visitors to the stand will be able to see how The Sempre Group can build bespoke automated metrology solutions, which will be demonstrated by collaborative robot working with a Micro-Vu multi-sensing CMM. The cobot can pick and place parts onto measurement equipment, and then sort them according to whether they are good or defective.

Attendees can find out more about the benefits of shaft measurement systems like the Opticline, which carry out fast and accurate measurements to help manufacturers ensure compliance. The Sempre Group will also showcase the Arkite Human Interface Mate, an optical projection system that guides operators with augmented reality (AR) instructions and the Gelsight 3D topography measurement system, a handheld tool that accurately measures surface roughness and defects.

In addition to equipment, The Sempre Group provides quality management software solutions that enable manufacturers to develop a centralised data system, simplify reporting and compliance and improve productivity. Visitors will see how High QA Inspection Manager automatically extracts geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) data from a model, identifies critical dimensions and auto-populates reports and how Prolink enables manufacturers to make informed decisions by assessing collated data and reports.

“Our expert team will be at the event to listen to attendees’ concerns and determine the best way to solve each company’s unique metrology challenges,” explained Jim Mangan, managing director of The Sempre Group. “We are able to offer independent advice, drawing on our knowledge of equipment from a broad supplier base to design a bespoke solution that meets each customer’s business objectives.”

 To find out more about The Sempre Group’s automation services ahead of Advanced Engineering, visit www.TheSempreGroup.com/design-automation/. To register for Advanced Engineering, visit www.advancedengineeringuk.com.