Eastern States Exposition
United States, West Springfield, Massachusetts
14 May - 16 May
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence will be at the Eastern States Exposition on May 14th for EASTEC. We will be located at booth #3103.
Top 5 reasons to attend EASTEC (from EASTEC homepage):
1. Complimentary education – Abundant opportunities to increase your expertise and keep your operations current, giving you the competitive edge
2. Learn the latest information on manufacturing’s hottest topics including 3D printing, automation and smart manufacturing at keynotes, workshops and more
3. Explore a vast array of production solutions from the smallest cutting tool to the largest multi-axis machining center
4. Find more manufacturing technologies than anywhere else in the New England region, presented by 700+ exhibiting companies
5. Expand your network of suppliers, experts and contacts at various events designed to foster connections and crucial conversations
We will have the following solutions available for demos:
Portable Measuring Arms
Leica Absolute Tracker AT960
Leica Absolute Tracker ATS600
Optiv Performance 322
7.10.7 SF CMM
Milan Kocic, Business Development Manager, UX and Innovation, will be speaking at the EASTEC Smart Manufacturing Hub on Tuesday, May 14th at 2:20pm. The title of his presentation is "Not Your Father’s CMM – New-Generation CMMs Solve Two Problems."
The latest generation of Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs) is not reminiscent of your father's standard, go-to measurement solution. CMM technology has continued to evolve due to significant industry challenges – the widening metrology skills gap and the ever-increasing demand on manufacturer's to get quality products out the door on time and in spec.
In the past five years, advanced CMM technologies have been introduced to render the modern day CMM more autonomous and more useful than ever before. A diversity of collaborative, operator-friendly CMMs and related technologies have been developed to help operators execute measurement routines more expeditiously. New innovations enable users to identify root causes of component defects upstream, and allow operators to leave their machine to perform other tasks, maximizing productivity on the shop floor.