Dayton, Ohio—(Sept 4, 2020) AIMS Metrology was featured in a Metrology News article this week detailing a partnership with Honda Transmission.
Dayton, Ohio—(Sept 1, 2020) AIMS Metrology was featured in the Dayton Business Journal detailing the launch of the new Summit 10.10.10.
DAYTON, Ohio—(April 25, 2019) Until now fabricators conducting surface finish measurements have had to use hand-held sensors or move a part to a dedicated measuring machine. To help companies reclaim lost production time, AIMS Metrology has equipped its Revolution Series LM coordinate measuring machine (CMM) with a Renishaw 5-axis REVO 2 head and the new SFP2 probe. Because the SFP2 is interchangeable with other probe options, it gives manufacturers the flexibility to inspect a diverse range of features on one CMM. The SFP2 automates surface finish measurement for reduced part handling and higher throughput.
AIMS Metrology, an OEM for coordinate measuring machines, has achieved ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accreditation for calibration from the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board. ISO/IEC 17025:2005 covers testing and calibration performed using standard, non-standard and laboratory-developed methods.
Crotts & Saunders LLC is the exclusive distributor for AIMS Metrology’s coordinate measuring machines for the territories of West Virginia, Virginia and North and South Carolina. The AIMS CMM product line-up includes its laboratory-grade Revolution Series LM equipped with Renishaw’s 5-axis REVO 2 scanning head, and the industry’s only mobile 5-axis CMM on the market—the Revolution HB, designed and built with Renishaw’s PH20 5-axis touch trigger system.
Written by TRISTAN NAVERA and originally published in the Dayton Business Journal. Visit the original article at http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/10/24/miamisburg-company-targets-international-growth.html.
October 24, 2016. In the six years since it opened up shop, Advanced Industrial Measurement Systems has seen a steady series of expansions propel it ever larger.
The next target is South America.
Originally published by Today's Motor Vehicles at http://www.todaysmotorvehicles.com/product/aims-linear-motor-driven-cmm-renishaw-082216/.
August 22, 2016. Dayton, Ohio - AIMS Metrology will feature coordinate measuring machines engineered to raise throughput and reduce operation costs while maintaining submicron accuracy at IMTS 2016, Booth #E-5836. The OEM manufactures, assembles and ships its machines from its recently expanded Dayton, Ohio facility and provides comprehensive service support. AIMS will demonstrate its Revolution LM series which employs linear motors with a Renishaw REVO 5-axis scanning system. AIMS also recently introduced its Revolution Series HB Shop Floor CMM. Designed and built around Renishaw's 5-axis technology, the Revolution HB is the only mobile 5-axis CMM on the market. Both models are especially suited to the needs of the medical, automotive, and aerospace markets.
Written by TRISTAN NAVERA and originally published in the Dayton Business Journal. Visit the original article at http://www.bizjournals.com/dayton/news/2016/08/10/miamisburg-company-acquires-englewood-shop.html.
August 10, 2016. A Miamisburg company has acquired a tool and die shop in Englewood.
Advanced Industrial Measurement Systems, or AIMS Metrology, which manufactures coordinate measuring machines, has bought Englewood-based CMI Technologies.
Originally published in CMM Quarterly Magazine at http://cmmquarterly.mbccmm.com/index.php/current-issue/93-past-articles/232-the-revolution-is-on-the-move-the-only-mobile-5-axis-shop-floor-cmm.
Isn’t convenience nice? I know I enjoy it, and I think it’s safe to say that everyone does. You have to admit, when you see that batteries are in fact included with your purchase, you feel just a little relieved and happy. Or, when you want to buy chips and chip dip, and lo and behold, the grocery store added a stand-alone rack full of dip right next to your favorite flavor, you think that it’s, well, nice and convenient.
Written by IAN WRIGHT and originally published on Engineering.com. Visit the original article at http://www.engineering.com/AdvancedManufacturing/ArticleID/12875/New-Technology-to-Reduce-Coordinate-Measuring-Machine-Set-Up-Time.aspx.
July 19, 2016. AIMS Metrology, in collaboration with FASTLANE, an Ohio Manufacturing Extension Partnership affiliate of the University of Dayton Research Institute and SK Mold and Tool, has been awarded a $100,000 grant to develop new vision and image recognition technology for its coordinate measuring machines (CMMs). With the new camera system, CMM operators will be able to build probe configurations with a higher degree of reliability. CMM set-up time is also expected to be reduced from 30 minutes to 3 minutes per part, saving manufacturers approximately two hours per shift.