Coordinated Measuring Machines: Non-Contact Probing Technology to Uplift Global Sales

  Enquire / contact me

The market earned revenues of $1.43 billion in 2010 and is estimated to reach $1.79 billion in 2015

Coordinated Measuring Machines: Non-Contact Probing Technology to Uplift Global Sales
Coordinated Measuring Machines: Non-Contact Probing Technology to Uplift Global Sales

The mature world coordinated measuring machines (CMM) market is slated to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.6% from 2010 to 2015, driven by pent-up demand and product introductions during the short and medium terms.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, World Coordinated Measuring Machines Market, finds that the market earned revenues of $1.43 billion in 2010 and estimates this to reach $1.79 billion in 2015.
New opportunities have unfolded as built-up demand post-recession is unleashed to energize market prospects. There is a distinct shift in the usage of CMM from quality control to process control. The use of dimensional measurement by vendors to check the process involved has contributed to the growing utilization of CMMs in process control.
Manufacturers in this domain are rolling out application-specific products that provide better ROI. These machines are custom built to cater to varying end-user requirements. The upsurge in made-to-order manufacturing has augmented revenues of application-specific machines. Vendors are increasing their focus on temperature compensation, high-speed data-gathering sensor technology, and software improvements.

Posted on August 30, 2011 - (352 views)
by
Related articles
2 in 1 Mechanical Position Sensor
The Reel That Works as Hard as you
Constand Force Spring and Clip For Carbon Brush Holder Application
High Precision Laser Scanners for profile and gap measurement
Alarm-Annunicators, Grouped Indicators, Tri-Led and Phase Presences
IR-SyM Easy Case
Sensing Incredible Things: Flow Meters
Maximum Efficiency Please.
Reflowable Thermal Switch
Regulators to maintain the desired temperature