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International Manufacturing Technology Show
September 10 - 15, 2018 • McCormick Place • Chicago, IL

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ZEISS Industrial Metrology and Microscopy

Industrial Metrology & Microscopy

6250 Sycamore Lane N
Maple Grove, MN 55369
United States of America

P: 800-327-9735
F: 763-533-0219

http://www.zeiss.com/imts-2018


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About ZEISS Industrial Metrology and Microscopy

ZEISS ensures standards of quality wherever maximum precision is a must: with multidimensional measurement machines, metrology software and microscope systems for science, research and material inspection. ZEISS plays its part in ensuring that even the tiniest structures and processes become visible.

Around 2,400 employees work for ZEISS Industrial Metrology at manufacturing sites in Germany, China, U.S. and India. In the U.S., ZEISS has Metrology Centers in Charlotte, Boston, Detroit, Irvine, Minneapolis and Nashville.

ZEISS X-Ray Solutions can be found at the Bosello booth this year in the East Building, #135655. This location will feature an extensive line of 2D and 3D X-ray systems. ZEISS acquired a majority stake in Italian X-ray provider Bosello HT to offer a broader spectrum of CT solutions for customers.

Special In-Booth Events (1)

Small Group Learning Sessions

Category: Meetup

Date(s): 09/10/2018, 10:00 AM - 09/10/2018, 06:00 PM


We have five different topics for the small-group learning sessions at booth 135502. Each is given once a day Monday thru Friday and lasts 15-20 minutes, followed by time for questions. Group size for each is limited to 10 people. Click here to learn more and register.

 

Articles & Product Announcements

IMTS 2018: The Zeiss Rotos roughness sensor enables the use of CMMs to inspect surface waviness and roughness, even on complex workpieces. read more on mmsonline.com
IMTS 2018: Zeiss’s optical 3D scanners, CT scanners, high-resolution X-ray microscopes and coordinate measuring machines detect 3D printing defects and downstream processing problems. read more on mmsonline.com