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Zeiss Industrial Quality Solutions Opens Lake Forest, California, Facility

ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions, a Germany-based leading manufacturer of multidimensional metrology solution, opened a new facility for metrology services near Los Angeles in Lake Forest, California.

"These excellence centers offer a solution-based approach for local manufacturers. The new California location offers contract measuring services, support, training and project management," said Al Chiasson, the Vice President of Applications, Aftermarket and Metrology Services for Carl Zeiss Industrial Metrology.

The ZEISS Group develops, produces and distributes measuring technology, microscopes, medical technology, eyeglass lenses, camera and cinema lenses, binoculars and semiconductor manufacturing equipment. ZEISS offers metrology services in several other regional areas including Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis and Nashville.

"We are excited to have a new facility for our customers in the Los Angeles area," says Gil Flor, the Site Manager of metrology services for Carl Zeiss Industrial Metrology, LLC. "In addition to measuring services, this excellence center allows us to offer our customers several types of software training, including the different CALYPSO levels and PiWeb reporting software that connects machines together to control and analyze quality data."

According to company officials, ZEISS engineers onsite can provide programming, consulting and specialized training. A broad range of contact and optical measurement systems and sensors are available, including the larger measuring range MICURA CMM with active scanning and submicron accuracy, ideal for measuring intricate parts. For optical measurements, the O-INSPECT system features both optical and contact scanning for reliable 3D accuracy. There are also the latest surface, form and geometry systems to round out inspection capabilities.

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