This Renishaw machine was built in England and assembled in Miamisburg. It traces the physical geometry of a part with a moving probe, measuring and testing tolerances. This is a 2016 file photo. THOMAS GNAU/STAFF

Miamisburg manufacturer to showcase technology

AIMS (Advanced Industrial Measurement Systems) Metrology, an original equipment manufacturing for 5-axis coordinate measuring machines, will hold a metrology forum at its Miamisburg production facility October 2-3.

The event will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.

The event will have guest speakers from Honda and Renishaw. Visitors will also get the chance to see the company’s equipment.

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“We are encouraging manufacturers to bring a part for inspection evaluation,” says Mark Gearding, AIMS vice president.

When companies need a part built, they have turned to AIMS, which is in the business of precise measurements.

The company has built its own coordinate measuring machines business and carved a small but growing niche in the field of metrology — precisely measuring machined parts for aerospace, health care, automotive and other customers.

Dan Sokolow, engineering coordinator for Honda Transmissions Manufacturing, will address visitors Oct. 2. On Oct. 3 Renishaw Chief Industrial Metrologist Ken Bergler will speak.

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Equipment demonstrations and plant tours are also on the agenda.

“Our goal is to take these worldwide,” AIMS co-founder Dave Delph told the Dayton Daily News in 2016, referring to the company’s measuring machines. “Because our competitors are.”

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