5/6/2016

Zeiss Celebrates New Boston-Area Metrology Service Center

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ZEISS Industrial Metrology brings measuring service and programming expertise to the Boston, Massachusetts area with the grand opening of its new service center.

Zeiss Industrial Metrology brings measuring service and programming expertise to the Boston, Massachusetts area with the grand opening of its new service center.

"The opening of this facility is yet another investment made by Zeiss to offer a true solution-based approach for local manufacturers. We are excited to expand our local presence by offering contract measuring services, support, training and project management for customers in the Northeast," states Al Chiasson, the general manager of Carl Zeiss Metrology Services, Inc.

"This 2,700 square-foot facility in Marlborough, Massachusetts allows us to be closer to our customers in this region while providing local support," says Doug Fitzgerald, manager of the Marlborough service facility. "Not only does this facility allow us to offer traditional metrology support, but it also helps us illustrate the value of metrology on a higher level, connecting machines together through PiWeb software to control and organize all quality data."  
 

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