Non-contact metrology for medical components

Sibylle Delaney
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Does your 3D additive engineering strategy include 3D contactless metrology to verify the parts? If not, you risk undermining the technology and all its advantages on traditional touch probe CMM.

Advanced data reporting is critical for analysing and providing the information for design and quality control in the production process or to understand in-situ behaviours of components. Medical Orthopaedics must comply with rigorous standards and regulations to ensure full control over the manufacturing processes is achieved at all times. Stringent medical tolerances, highly complex forms and finishes on a challenging array of materials, new developments such as 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, means that the technology required for accurate analysis of components must also push the limits and stay at the cutting-edge of production methods.

RedLux' Optical Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs) and their advanced data reporting are critical to analysing and providing the information needed to make smarter, more informed decisions.

Find out more: http://www.redlux.net/metrology_for_orthopedic or +44 (0)23 8026 3095

Non-contact Metrology for 3D Printed Components

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