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Bowers Group's display at MACH

includes the ingenious MicroGauge

2-point bore gauging system.

The extremely compact gauge is designed

for the accurate measurement of bores

from 1.0 - 6.0 mm and features a completely new integral digital readout.

Also being demonstrated is the company's

most accurate bore gauging system to

date, the Bowers Ultima. The class-leading

Ultima range can accurately measure bore

sizes from 1 - 300 mm with a choice of

resolutions up to 0.0001 mm.

Fresh from its triumph at the recent MTA's

Manufacturing Industry Awards, Bowers

Group has a wide range of precision measuring solutions on its stand where

it will also

distribute copies of its new Product


Reflecting the all-inclusive nature of Bowers'

expanding range, a wide selection of new

Sylvac measuring instruments will be exhibited, including the NEW D300s V2 digital

readout along with the NEW D70S Multifunction Compact Touchscreen


Unit, Digital indictors with Bluetooth connectivity and 0.0001mm resolution


micron reading calipers.

There is also a wide range of both Sylvac

and Trimos height gauges, from basic shop

floor models, up to very precise, computerised 2D variants along with the Flagship

Trimos Labconcept Premium Horizontal

Calibration Machine, the NEW Wyler

BlueLEVEL-2D and the recently launched

Windows DYNAM software for use with the

dynamic measuring Zerotronic Sensors.

Further extending Bowers' material testing

range is the high-precision Diavite DH-8

surface roughness tester. Despite the

portable unit's compact size and cost effective price, the powerful instrument is capable

of performing countless, extremely

accurate measuring routines. The NEW

Universal Testing machines from Innovatest

with the Nemesis 9001 and the Nexus

7501, with built-in touch screen display, are

other attractions.

With the continued activity in the Oil and Gas

Industry Bowers will also have the world

renowned Gagemaker JSS Thread

Measuring System on Display along with the

demonstrations of the unique TDWIN TAPER

Thread Calculation Software Program

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GTMA supplier isel UK Ltd is showing at

MACH its Premium 3020 machine, a

5-axis solution for high accuracy precision machining, with a uniquely small

footprint with precision granite bed

construction, linear guide rails, precision

ground ballscrew drives fitted to each


Also on its stand, is a CNC 4-axis desktop

machine, Model ICV 4030, which can

machine non-ferrous metals as well as

modelling board, various plastics and foam


Isel UK is a new UK company supplying

CNC Multi-Axis Systems, and is part of the

large German manufacturing group- isel

Germany AG. It offers high quality CNC

CAD/CAM machine systems at affordable

prices for industrial and educational


It can interface with all leading CAD/CAM

software solutions and also offers its own

total solution with software, installation and


The isel group has a large range of CNC

milling and router machines for industrial

and educational markets for customers'

applications and budgets. Systems can be

supplied with various options such as automatic tool changing, cooling with high

frequency spindle motors, up to 80,000

rpm etc.

Isel has been supplying for many years into

the German industrial sectors such as aerospace, automotive, medical and special

turnkey customer applications.

Its new UK centre is in Hemel Hempstead

with administration offices and showroom

for machines and linear components. It

welcomesinfo@isel-uk.comand visits to its

showroom (Tel: 01442 531 225 or email: for details). Stand 5891

isel UK





The ScanAlign® photogrammetry

system from Europac3D is used to

obtain flawless scanning with no

incremental errors on large parts or

components and is being demonstrated at MACH.

The system is designed to work with

Artec Eva and Artec Spider handheld

scanners. Large and complex objects

can now be accurately scanned by

combining the real-time scanning of

the Artec Eva or Spider with a calibrated network of markers placed on

the object to be scanned.

Using photography from a pre-calibrated Nikon camera, xyz coordinates


the coded markers are fed into the Eva

or Spider to supply an accurate reference system around

the component.

The whole process is quick and simple.

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