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10/7/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: Imetrum

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Imetrum (Flax Bourton, UK) is featuring its line of camera-based, noncontact precision measurement systems.

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Imetrum (Flax Bourton, UK) is featuring its line of camera-based, noncontact precision measurement systems. These systems offer the ability to trace data for most testing and monitoring requirements for materials, components, assemblies and structures, including high-volume test labs, research environments and on-site surveying and monitoring. In particular, Imetrum will feature its Video Gauge software, which the company says is notable for its accuracy, operational versatility, fast and efficient work flows and performance benefits. Features include high-precision, multipoint measurement, ease of use and ease of integration into existing work practices.

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