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(Marposs: Auburn Hills, MI) -- Marposs Corp. will present its new generation P3up and P7up electronic gauge amplifiers in booth No. 3008 at the upcoming EASTEC show in West Springfield, MA, May 12–15, 2015. The devices are intended for connecting to Marposs measuring heads, and represent an economical, practical, and reliable solution for in-process workpiece monitoring on grinding machines. The P3up is ideal for simple in-process gauging applications, and the P7up is intended for more complex applications.

The P3up and P7up are intended for direct pin-for-pin replacement of older, obsolete Marposs electronic gauge amplifiers. The new units will extend the life of older in-process gauge applications without dramatically affecting the machine control or gauge system. This minimizes the cost to upgrade expired electronics.

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(Marposs Corp: Auburn Hills, MI) --  Marposs will be introducing the Artis CTM V6, a tool, machine, and process monitoring system, at Amerimold 2014, the conference and exhibition for mold manufacturing, running June 11–12, in Novi, Michigan.

The CTM system safeguards and optimizes complex production processes thanks to aligned in-process monitoring. The flexible interface concept enables problem-free integration within many environments, from entry solutions with no fieldbus connections, to branched Ethernet architectures such as PROFINET, Ethernet/IP, and Modbus.

Using the CTM system, evaluation and control are carried out with process-dependent strategies. Instead of searching for the smallest common denominator, CTM offers a range of strategies to optimally monitor the process. Each individual parameter can be very finely adjusted and precisely adapted to the process. Process monitoring operates precisely and reliably from the very first cut.

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(Marposs: Auburn Hills, MI) -- Marposs Corp. will introduce its Nemo ultra-compact gauge computer in booth No. 514 at Quality Expo, Sept. 20–22, 2011, at Chicago’s McCormick Place.

The new Nemo computer, which is designed for use on the shop floor, has intuitive features that enable quick and simple programming of measurement applications. It can collect data from traditional measurement devices, including wireless devices, and store them locally or send them in real time on a corporate network LAN.

The unit’s 5.7 in. thin-film transistor (TFT) color display makes it easy for an operator to visualize measurement results. The integrated touch screen allows programming and data acquisition without the use of peripheral devices.

The compact 6.25 in. (2/16 cm 2) overall size of the Nemo unit is made possible by the latest electronic embedded architecture. An integrated micro secure digital memory card makes data storage capabilities very powerful to serve internal, external, and digital data collection requirements.