252 m² of high-technology: MITUTOYO at the EMO fair

The gathering of the metalworking world: The profession’s biannually held trade fair EMO opens its gates in Hannover (September 16-21, 2019). Industry 4.0, IoT and Smart Factory are the central topics in the branch. And this also reflects in the MITUTOYO motto for EMO: “M3 InnovaTion”.

As one of the leading manufacturers of precision measuring instruments Mitutoyo will display their portfolio of top-quality products in hall 6, booth number D47. The selection is made up of highly precise handheld measuring instruments, high-end vision measuring systems, form and surface roughness testers, as well as, state-of-the-art CNC coordinate measuring machines, in-line applications, and software.

As a matter, of course, the metrology experts show a great number of novelties at their booth, the latest being an all-new Rockwell hardness tester by name of HR-600. The device enables highly precise material inspection at the push of a button. Another highlight is the newly launched cantilever-design coordinate measuring machine MiSTAR 555 that is constructed for rough production environments. The premium brand also launches the all-new Formtracer Avant FTA that does not only stand out in terms of quality but also in respect of its user-friendliness.

The show stage will see highly professional presentations on the ground-breaking CMM measuring program generator MiCAT Planner and its new Pay-per-Use concept as well as Mitutoyo’s method of IoT, boosting customers’ production efficiency. The brand-new version of the renowned SPC software MeasurLink will attract those who are interested in the concept of a Smart Factory.

Moreover, Mitutoyo streamlines the range of Quick Scope vision measuring machines by introducing a new, highly modern system named “Quick Scope QS-L/AF“, replacing various existing CNC models of the series. It boasts a high-speed auto-focus, a new 3-MP camera and a new powerful choice of lenses.

Aficionados of highly modern IoT solutions have the chance to experience the latest possibilities of IoT with a MiSTAR CMM feeding measuring data into the FANUC Field software system. On the FANUC booth in hall 9 experts will demonstrate how the data is processed for boosting efficiency.

The Mitutoyo booth will boast an inviting Industrial design, held in white, black and orange: no less than 252 m² of high-technology made by MITUTOYO. All those interested in top-of-the-line quality assurance should make sure to visit the MITUTOYO booth (hall 6, D47).