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API ‘Bundles-Up’ Advanced Portable Measurement Solutions

Automated Precision (API) has announced that the company is bringing back its popular bundled packages of Radian Plus Laser Tracker and vProbe or iScan3D sensor at special pricing levels.

Now that supply chain issues have been resolved, API is passing production cost savings onto their customers in the package bundles which offer a combination of API’s advanced measurement solutions.

Both bundles include API’s Radian Plus Laser Tracker, which is known for its high accuracy and long-range measurement capabilities. Also available are API’s vProbe, a high-precision, non-contact measurement probe that is ideal for use in tight spaces and hard-to-reach areas and iScan3D, a high-speed handheld scanner with flexible probe locations for all part inspection or reverse engineering applications. Together, these products provide a complete measurement solution for a wide range of industrial and manufacturing applications.

“We are excited to offer these bundles again to our customers, as they provide a cost-effective way to access some of our most advanced measurement solutions,” said Joe Bioty, President of API. “We understand the importance of accurate measurement in today’s manufacturing environment and are committed to providing our customers with the best products and pricing possible.”

Laser Trackers and tactile probes are used by many industries such as aerospace, automotive, and heavy machinery to ensure accurate measurements and improve the efficiency of their manufacturing processes. Radian Plus and vProbe have set the industry standard for high-speed shop-floor CMM measurements since 2013 as the first fully-wireless solution and have only improved in the last decade.

“API’s comprehensive support and services ensure that our customers have the tools they need to achieve success,” said Paul Nicholas, VP of North American Sales at API. “With the Radian Plus and vProbe bundle, we hope to help manufacturers meet tight deadlines without sacrificing accuracy.”

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