Our metrology services allow us to expand into new markets and increase the capabilities of the Top Notch Tool Division; in 2012, Press-Seal initiated expansion into metrology. The addition of a coordinate measuring machine (CMM) and blue light scanning technologies have provided the necessary resources to measure and verify product to the precise tolerances required by today’s medical and automotive environment, and allows for expansion in those industries. It also provides a value added capability for our existing customers, where their in-house resources needed to conduct precision measurement exercises are not available.
The addition of Press-Seal: Metrology is another example of how we at Top Notch Tool and Press-Seal are setting ourselves apart from the competition and investing in the future to provide great value and flexibility to the customer.
We can help ease some of the pressure of quality control and accurate measuring by giving you the peace of mind that our CMM capabilities are going to make your life easier.
We do this by ensuring in-process checks are as efficient and as timely as possible, giving you more time to focus on your business needs and goals.
Brown and Sharpe Global Performance 7-10-7
PC-DMIS CAD ++ Program Software
Blue Light Scanning
A customer brings you a part. No prints. No measurements. Nothing more than a piece they need you to reproduce. You spend countless hours measuring, designing and refining it until a finished product can be fabricated. Sound familiar?
Your strict requirements are critical to your success and we want to be with you every step of the way to ensure the best possible product.
Steinbichler L3D Blue Light Scanner
A fully capable and certified metrology lab highlights our extended value and service offerings well beyond the "typical" manufacturer.
We can inspect machine components, castings, medical devices and many more types of products serving the automotive, medical, plastics and aerospace industries of today's markets.
Please contact us using the information at the bottom of the page to start the quote request.
How long does it take to get a part scanned?
The duration of the project depends on several factors. The size and complexity of the part play a vital role; along with the current backlog in the lab. Most parts can be scanned within a couple of business days depending on the output required (Solid Model, Heat Map, etc.).
What software do you use for CMM?
We utilize PC-DMIS CAD++ for our CMM. We maintain a current Software Maintenance Agreement to ensure we are able to offer the most current features available within the software.