Vision Engineering, a global supplier of ergonomically designed visual inspection & non-contact measuring systems and contract manufacturing service, are attending this year’s Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Show. The show is being held between 21st to 23th March at FIVE in Farnborough, UK. Vision Engineering Ltd can be found at stand N31.
Vision Engineering will be displaying their award winning visual inspection systems and next gen non-contact measuring systems. Since 1958, Vision Engineering has got a worldwide recognition for its pioneering and forward thinking technologies.
Vision Engineering products represent cutting edge technologies and ergonomics, giving customers the ability to achieve a high level of quality inspection. This also leads to improved productivity and overall staff wellbeing. Their innovative, reliable and technology advanced products such as Mantis, Lynx EVO and Swift shape the future of the workplace where microscopes and non-contact measuring are used.
The current generation of Mantis, low magnification stereo microscopes, provides superior comfort to the user over traditional microscopes, with the ‘eyepiece-less’ technology, providing freedom of head movement and the ability to wear glasses, contact lenses or safety goggles.
The Lynx EVO, high magnification stereo microscope, is an award winning stereo microscope that is truly ergonomic. The patented high quality optical viewer replaces conventional eyepieces and provides a choice of multi stand design helping operators to overcome the ergonomic challenges faced with traditional binocular design, such as eye fatigues, neck and back pains.
The next gen of the Swift family video measuring systems has been equipped with a new high resolution HD camera improving edge detection capabilities and large measuring stage. The new Swift is simple to operate and provide quick, accurate yet simple optical and on screen inspection of complex precision parts.
Vision Engineering’s division of contract manufacturing engineers will be offering advice and interpreting optical and opto-mechanical demands to ‘production ready’ drawings. They will guide you on how to optimise your current manufacturing or production processes.
The Southern Manufacturing & Electronics show is expected to draw more than 5,000 attendees to see advanced technologies from top-tier exhibitors who supply solutions for a wide variety of vertical markets, including electronics, aerospace, automotive and more…