Hexagon Metrology hails Romer success

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Best ever quarter for Romer measuring arms, boasts Hexagon Metrology

Hexagon Metrology UK reports its best-ever sales of Romer Absolute portable measuring arms in the July-October 2014 period.The company has recently launched a new generation of models, including a 1.2 m long compact version.
Hexagon Metrology Compact Arm
In addition, a new laser scanner, specifically for use with the Romer arm range is said to offer a complete rapid point cloud capture solution. The HP-L-20.8 can be used for feature inspection, CAD, free-form surface inspection and reverse engineering applications. The sales results came after successful participation in the MACH exhibition in April bagged a multi-million crop of sales enquiries."Our substantial investment in reorganising our national sales team, together with new IT and customer service systems, new precision centres and a bigger product portfolio, is beginning to pay dividends," says Brett Green, director of sales and marketing. "We want to become the country's leading metrology solutions provider not only by improving our product lines, facilities and services, but also by developing closer, more responsive relationships with our customers," he adds. Other new products already unveiled this year include the TIGO SF, a high accuracy shopfloor 3D co-ordinate measuring machine, non-contact WLS qFLASH portable white light system and wireless Leica B-Probe for inspecting large assemblies. The company has also recently realigned its service and maintenance contracts into a single, new format and expanded its range of training programmes with a wide variety of new courses.