Metrology solutions Laser tracking technology: API revives 'Try It and Buy It' programme
Flexible and cost effective, Automated Precision (API) is relaunching its “Try It and Buy It” programme, offering companies the unique opportunity to try its advanced laser tracker technology for two weeks at no cost.
Demonstrating its commitment to innovation, Automated Precision (API), a major player in dimensional metrology solutions, has announced the re-launch of its “Try It and Buy It” (TiBi) programme. Aimed at helping new customers explore the company's advanced laser tracker technology, the TiBi programme is designed to provide a practical, hands-on experience with API's equipment.
The programme offers eligible companies the opportunity to use API's Radian Plus, V-Probe and/or I-Scan 3D in their own facilities for up to two weeks at no cost. This initiative allows companies to directly evaluate the accuracy and efficiency of API's products in a real-world environment.
The TiBi programme package includes a complete laser tracker set-up with options for tracker stands, a laptop computer with metrology software, a comprehensive tracker toolkit, dedicated technical support from API and the option to use additional tools such as V-Probe and I-Scan3D.
Joe Bioty, President of API, emphasises the company's commitment to providing world-class dimensional metrology solutions. He notes that the “Try It and Buy It” programme exemplifies API's commitment to customer satisfaction and confidence in its products. The initiative is designed to streamline the process for companies, allowing them to increase productivity and accuracy without the usual lead times for equipment.
Interested parties are invited to visit the API website to learn more about the programme and how to participate.