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(Carl Zeiss IMT: Maple Grove, MN) -- ZEISS is expanding the industrial metrology and quality assurance portfolio of its Industrial Quality & Research segment by acquiring GOM, a leading provider of hardware and software for automated 3D coordinate measuring technology. Both ZEISS and GOM have enjoyed strong growth in the past years and proved successful on the market. The aim is to further strengthen this leading technological position together, especially in the area of optical digitization systems. The combination of existing products and solutions as well as joint innovations in the future will lay the foundation for shaping and entering new markets.

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The Hintsteiner Group in Austria inspects its customers’ complex components with the ZEISS COMET L3D. The company enjoys a global reputation, and designs and manufactures niche products for the aerospace, safety technology, automotive, and racing industries. The Hintsteiner Group consists of two companies under one roof: Carbon Solutions offers specialized carbon components; and Tooling Components supplies plastic, foam, and cast parts.

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(ZEISS: Maple Grove, MN) -- ZEISS Industrial Metrology has introduced of the new DuraMax LTE coordinate measuring machine (CMM), providing uncompromising access to ZEISS scanning technology at an affordable price.

Equipped with the same controller technology, software, and VAST sensor technology available in larger ZEISS systems, the CMM’s specifications, small footprint, and no need for compressed air make it ideal for manufacturers with smaller inspection labs.

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(ZEISS: Maple Grove, MN) -- The NEX series of instruments from ZEISS Industrial Metrology integrate additional measurement analysis with new detectors. SURFCOM NEX 100 offers a single hybrid detector to measure surface texture and contour at the same time. RONDCOM NEX Rs offers best-in-class spindle accuracy and allows optional surface roughness measurements in the horizontal, vertical, and radial axes.

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(Zeiss Industrial Metrology: Maple Grove, MN) -- The extended version of PiWeb sbs quality data management software, tailored for small and medium-sized businesses, was recently by ZEISS Industrial Metrology. ZEISS PiWeb sbs makes it possible to connect all gauging and inspection devices into one common reporting system, allowing customers to standardize reporting requirements across a wide range of metrology inspection devices and personalize reports.

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(ZEISS: Oberkochen, Germany) -- Experience virtual reality any time, any place: In December 2014, for $99, ZEISS is launching the ZEISS VR ONE, a mobile virtual reality (VR) headset that works with smartphones and features display sizes between 4.7 in. and 5.2 in.

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(Carl Zeiss: Maple Grove, MN) -- Carl Zeiss has announced a new entrustment agreement to support Dunwoody College of Technology, located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with two Zeiss coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) and CALYPSO metrology software. Two of Dunwoody’s programs, Engineering Drafting and Design, and Machine Tool Technology, are using these CMMs, designed for measurement in the workshop and production, to improve the students’ manufacturing and quality inspection skills by using the latest measurement technology.

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The Microscopy business group at Carl Zeiss presented a new technology at the annual meeting for the Society for Neuroscience, which took place Oct. 13–17, 2012, in New Orleans. The Lightsheet Z.1 provides biologists with a new method of imaging dynamic processes in living organisms.

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(Carl Zeiss IMT: Minneapolis) -- The new VAST XTR gold probe from Carl Zeiss enables flexible and highly accurate measurements in industrial measuring, thus increasing productivity and flexibility for operators. Thanks to the integrated rotary axis, the VAST XTR gold turns the stylus system in the direction of the feature being measured and adjusts effortlessly to complex workpieces, enabling it to reach virtually any position.

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(Carl Zeiss IMT: Oberkochen/Germany) -- The O-INSPECT line from Carl Zeiss is growing: The O-INSPECT 322 coordinate measuring machine is now available. It is the smallest system with which Carl Zeiss is expanding the range of applications of its coordinate measuring machines. The system unites contact scanning and optical measuring technology. This combination is now available in two sizes: O-INSPECT 322 and the original O-INSPECT 442. Both machines use the same sensors and function; the difference is in the measuring range.