Renishaw's parts manufacturing metrology softwareClick image to enlarge

NC-PerfectPart, developed by MSP, a Renishaw associate company, eliminates parts manufacturing problems typically discovered at final inspection.

The company says the technology eliminates concessions, scrap and rework (including all their associated errors) in part machining, and reduces part setup times dramatically to guarantee parts are setup in the same number of minutes, every single time to stabilize machine shop schedules.

From highly curved, composite skins to high value complex components, the five axis calibration and automated machine tool probing gives 100 per cent accuracy and quality. Benchmark reporting features help manufacturers understand how their machine tools are performing and identify any degredation. The software system can be used to check if tools or machinery have been installed correctly, or users can compare like for like machines to identify any flaws.



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