Quality Control Electrodeposit moulds create need for big measurements

Editor: Eric Culp

The growing size of tools at a French shop led to management buy a laser tracking system.

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The French tool house uses reflectors for the laser tracker when it inspects the surfaces of moulds.
The French tool house uses reflectors for the laser tracker when it inspects the surfaces of moulds.
(Source: Hexagon Metrology)

Corima Technologies in Loriol, France, capitalises on significant knowledge of casting equipment and the production of associated complex components. The company has specialised in electroforming, that is, a nickel or copper electrodeposit to obtain a form. This electrodeposit consists of forming a very thick metallic deposit on a model with the aim of obtaining a mould or a technical component.

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For more than thirty years, Corima management has made it their goal to verify compliance with their clients’ requirements and acquire suitable means to implement an effective quality system. The continuous improvement in products and services, as well as checking their quality at each stage of their construction, is part of the research and innovation values implemented by the French company.

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