Test, Measurement, Quality & Control

Nikon opens up about its strategic focus on Quality 4.0

A recent interview with Tadashi Nakayama provides insight into the strategy of the firm’s Industrial Metrology Business Unit, of which he is Deputy General Manager.

In particular, he explained the company’s strategic focus on Quality 4.0, where digital, automated and connected inspection enables complete process control from design through to manufacture.

Laser scanning drives quality assurance

Increasing customisation and complexity of the parts, which are used mainly in the vehicle interior, air conditioning system and control units, places a high demand on the inspection department of Czech company Lukov Plast, a producer of injection moulded plastic parts.

Precision and Portability

Weir Minerals Europe, part of the Weir Group PLC, is a leader in the provision of mill circuit technology and services, as well as the market leader in slurry handling equipment for abrasive, high wear applications. The company’s products are used in the mining, oil and gas and general industrial applications.

New Levels of Accuracy

M-CNC Precision Engineering is ensuring the accuracy of components manufactured for jet powered surf boards with a range of bore micrometers.

As a sub-contract multi-axis CNC machining company, M-CNC Precision Engineering has a range of high calibre customers requiring the highest levels of quality. Based in Somerset, the company manufactures parts for Riders Racing of Riders Motorcycles, centre plates for advanced rotary engines for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles on behalf of Rotron Power Ltd, and engine components for Mako Boardsports’ revolutionary Jet Powered Surf Boards.

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