Staff at Mitutoyo UK will be demonstrating a multitude of newly developed measuring and testing instruments at MACH 2020 (Birmingham NEC, 20-24 April), including the recently launched MiStar 555 CNC CMM. The CMM was designed to provide users with an accurate, reliable means of shop-floor measurement, and operates without the need for compressed air.
Another innovation on Stand 530 in Hall 19 will be the Crysta-Apex V series of CNC CMMs, which deliver accuracy of 1.7 micron, while the company will also shine the spotlight on its latest QM height gauges with absolute linear encoders.
Elsewhere on the stand, Mitutoyo will demonstrate three recently introduced optical instruments, including the MiScan vision system. This multi-sensor vision measuring machine combines non-contact and tactile measuring routines. The MiScan uses an SP25M touch probe and Mitutoyo’s newly developed MPP-Nano scanning probe that is designed for measuring small parts. MiScan is supported by MCosmos and VisionPak-Pro software.
Demonstrations of the Mitutoyo Formtracer Avant will illustrate the hybrid instrument’s ability to deliver both contour and surface roughness measurements in a single, easy-to-use unit. Last but not least, Mitutoyo’s latest HR-350 hardness tester will be proving its ability to provide accurate readings across five different hardness testing methods.