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Established in 1952 YPG is Europe's

premier manufacturer and supplier of

Reversible Plug Gauges, Pin Sets,

Adjustable Snap Gauges, Ring Gauges,

Gauge Blocks, Screw Plug and Screw

Ring Gauges, as well as being able to

offer gauges manufactured to your exact


YPG's EXPRESS service offers fast track

manufacture for plain plug gauges for those

urgent requirements!

The company is accredited by UKAS

(Calibration Approval No. 0068) and has

maintained ISO 9001 quality approval since

1990 (BSI Certificate of Registration No.


YPG is the sole UK distributor for Oskar

Schwenk Indicating Bore Gauges and BSquared

Gap & Step Digital Instruments.

Oskar Schwenk bore gauges cover internal

diameters from 1mm - 800mm, and all

bore gauges can be provided with

mechanical, digital, or electronic output. B2

Step Gauges products are ergonomically

designed for fast and accurate checking of

gap and flush applications.

These standards, together with computer

aided processes in production, inspection

and commercial departments, form the

foundation of the company's 'QUALITY,

SERVICE, PRICE' ethos, relied upon

by small workshops to multinational

organisations worldwide, where complete

customer satisfaction is the norm.

More information from the Sales Team on

01302 840303.


Steinbichler Optotechnik, another world leading supplier in the

GTMA, was founded in 1987 by Dr Hans Steinbichler. At that

time, there were just three employees focussed on the design

and manufacture of interferometric measuring systems.

The company is now run by Dr Marcus Steinbichler and during

the last 26 years has grown from the original three to around

220 employees in 12 countries plus over 80 distributors worldwide. During this period, it has maintained its position as one of

the world leaders in the design and manufacture of non- contact

measuring technologies. Its current range of products includes:

hand held laser scanning, fringe projection scanning, surface

inspection for automotive body panels, tyre testing and non-contact composite NDT systems.

Its T-Scan CS laser scanner is capable of quickly scanning gloss

and shiny surfaces and its fringe projection systems range from

1MP to 16MP ensuring it has the correct solution for your application from

measuring aero turbine blades to complete cars

quickly, accurately and repeatably. Typical applications for

Steinbichler systems are: Turbine blades, blisks, automotive

parts, bodywork surface inspection, rapid prototyping, animation, reverse

engineering, inspection and medical parts to name

a few.

For more details, please contact Steinbichler UK on 01527

837283, visit its stand where it can discuss your needs, or visit

the website the website (where you can see a detailed history of

the company) Stand 5492


Yamazaki Mazak is

exhibiting 10

machines at MACH

including new additions to the INTEGREX

i-series of


machines and the UK-built VTC 800 series of vertical

machining centres.

The 10 machines, which will be displayed under the theme of

"make [it] better", all offer best-in-class speed, accuracy and

machining performance for UK manufacturers.

The highlights are likely to be the new VTC 800/30HD, a new

heavy duty 50 taper machine capable of accurately cutting

exceptionally hard materials, such as Inconel and titanium; the

latest INTEGREX i-100S equipped with a BARTAC bar feed system and the new HORIZONTAL


which has the largest axis range in its class and a high rigidity

main structure design which enables 1G acceleration.

The INTEGREX i-100S (pictured) can machine both round and

square workpieces from raw material with just one set up, one

machine and one operator. It is also equipped with a new BARTAC

bar feed system, which offers integrated work unloading

and conveyor handling of completed

workpieces for lights-out and unmanned running.

Stand 5410











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