Free Metrology Workshop, 14th July

Hosted by AMRC/University of Sheffield

The use of optical metrology is increasing very rapidly and offers users further capability and capacity in the measurement of features and components.

As the measurement process is non-contact it allows the process of measurement to be easily automated. It also enables the measurement into the manufacturing process itself thereby reducing rejects and improving quality.

This workshop is designed to introduce the concept of on machine measurement and show examples of how this is already in use and future developments.

It will be of interest to most production facilities where complex measurement of form and finish are required. The aerospace, automotive and cutting tools markets will be featured along with other areas of precision engineering: automated techniques to measure micro holes, measurement of cutting tools to optimise cutting efficiency, and closed loop manufacturing techniques.



AMRC with Boeing University of Sheffield

Advanced Manufacturing Park Wallis Way, Catcliffe Rotherham, S60 5TZ


Programme for the day can be found here



The workshop is free, however, places are limited and registration is required before July 10th, 2015: