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Metrology Equipment

In several industries like medical, aerospace, and automotive, machined parts for manufacturing require the highest level of accuracy in measurement and quality. Through Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM) and Metrology tools; you will be able to scan, measure, and calibrate your machines to produce consistent and accurate parts every time.

Brown & Sharpe

Offering high-quality construction and performance, Brown & Sharpe has a large variety of Metrology Equipment suitable for several assignments. With more than 150 years of experience, Brown & Sharpe is well known for their Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs), optical measuring systems, 1D, 2D and 3D bench-top measuring machines, and precision hand tools.


In the field of engineering, competition is fierce and the growing economy is always demanding something new. CogniTens 3D Optical Measurement Solutions, offer advanced technology that facilitates the acquisition of data of large areas in a fraction of a second. With CogniTens white light based 3D optical measurement solutions, you are provided with product specifically designed for the high demands in all areas of engineering and shop floor environments in the automotive and other manufacturing industries. CogniTens specifies in research development, and production of innovative metrology hardware and software, for manual and fully-automated applications.


M&H is a high technological leader among its industry-thriving counterparts. Known for their strength in machine tool expertise, continuous technical innovation, focus on customers' manufacturing processes, and application engineering, M&H is the most sought after company for high-quality infrared and radio wave touch probes and toolsetters. In fact, their manufactured probes have been used by aerospace, automotive, mold and die, railway, and power generation industries for years.
Nikon is a market leader in optical instrumentation and the only microscope company to manufacture its own glass, assuring impeccable quality throughout production. Metrology solutions included in the Nikon product portfolio include CMMs, laser scanners, 3D scanners, X-ran and computed tomography, vision systems and microscopes

Coordinate Measuring Machines

Perform dimensional, positional and surface measurement with Nikon coordinate measuring systems. Offering a complete range of contact and non-contact sensors, Nikon CMMs deliver true multi-sensor capability.

Laser Scanning

Accelerate design-through-manufacturing with laser scanning for inspection or reverse engineering purposes. 3D laser scanning captures the entire part geometry, covering both freeform surfaces and geometric features. Laser scanners are used with CMMs, articulated arms, optical CMMs or even robots.

Portable Measuring

Perform full geometry inspection using portable measuring solutions from Nikon, which integrate the market-leading digital ModelMaker scanners. Larger part inspection is also available, and allows the operator to freely walk around and scan as needed. Focus software guarantees smooth and intuitive operation and processing.

Video Measuring Systems

Nikon’s wide range of video measuring systems provide fast, accurate, and automated measurements of mechanical and electronic devices. Multi-sensor systems allow for tactile, video, and laser based inspection, while the excellent edge detection and a variety of optical head and illumination options make Nikon video measuring systems suitable for every application.

X-ray and CT Inspection

Carry out X-ray and CT Inspection to examine the internal structure of complex industrial parts. Nikon Metrology manufactures X-ray and Computed Tomography (CT) machines that qualify and quantify any inner or outer dimension in a smooth, non-destructive process and comply with tight quality standards.

Large Volume Applications

Nikon offers large scale measurements metrology systems. On-line geometry data is fed into the process to constantly increase the precision and speed of manufacturing. Measuring large components, such as an aircraft wing, a parabolic antenna or a wind turbine blade requires automated, non-contact metrology solutions based on optical technologies.

Microscope Systems

Nikon offers a wide range of optical and digital microscope systems with outstanding versatility, performance and productivity for any application.


Proud inventor of the portable coordinate measuring machine, ROMER continues to be a leading favorite among its kind. Selling articulated arm coordinate measuring machines, ROMER PCMMs are intrinsically designed to inspect, measure or reverse engineering work pieces on the shop floor, or in the metrology laboratory. Their metrology systems are used worldwide in well over 100 different industries such as: automotive, aerospace, military, boat building, tube bending, furniture, off-highway, machine shops, stamping plants, die shops and more.


Sheffield Coordinate Measuring Systems have been in production for over 40 years. Many of the technologies and techniques on nearly all CMMs were first pioneered on Sheffield CMMs. Today, Sheffield Measurement features a variety of vertical and manual coordinate measuring systems.
Carl Zeiss is a global leader in CNC coordinate measuring machines and complete, multi-dimensional metrology solutions for a wide variety of industrial sectors, including the optical and opto-electronic industry.

The most popular Zeiss CMMs, the bridge-type CMM series features a variety of options based on your measurement needs. The Spectrum, Contura, Accura, Micura and Prismo models all offer high-speed scanning with high-quality measuring results.

New software offerings from Zeiss include the next generation of CMM and data management. PiWeb allows for a new level of graphical data evaluation and allow the flow of the right data into all departments. MCC’s gives administrator rights over version control and deployment and record management over multiple inspection labs across the globe.

Zeiss form instruments can be used for measuring roundness and cylindrical parts along with heavy objects. Zeiss' form devices include the Rondcom models which include compact desktop instruments, and semi-automatic units with high accuracy.

Zeiss' series of Horizontal-Arm machines are ideal for the automotive and supplier industries. The series features the CARMET, which provides precision and long term stability; along with the PRO and PRO T universal machines ideal for initial batch of parts up to analysis and high speeds without a loss of measuring accuracy.

Zeiss' large bridge machines, MMZ G and MMZ T, are tailored for precise, economical measuring of large parts directly in the production environment and are built to precisely measure large engineering, automotive and aerospace components, as well as communication and satellite equipment.

METROTOM from Carl Zeiss is the door to measuring technology of the future. Place your workpiece in the measuring cabin, and start the scanning process. An in-depth quality analysis is available almost right away.

Optical measuring technology is limited only by how well a characteristic can be made visible. This depends on a variety of factors including: the part itself, its shape, color and surface quality. Zeiss lays the foundation for optical measurements with the powerful and flexible O-Inspect optical system.

Zeiss' full line of production measuring machines is ideal for use directly in production environment. Zeiss' series of production machines features inline gage replacement with the DuraMax CMM gage; unparalleled stability with the CenterMax navigator; compact flexibility from the GageMax navigator; and portable measuring with the FaroArm Platinum.

Zeiss offers a complete line of surface/contour measurement instruments. The full line of surface products includes the small "handy surf” system, ideal for onsite measurement; plus the compact and portable Surfcom systems, which also include systems for measuring larger parts.