Jesse Garant Metrology Center Invests $15M to Expand Part Inspection Services


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Jesse Garant Metrology Center has expanded its operations to accommodate the growing demand for high volume part inspection for pre-production and production validation. With investments in new equipment and better infrastructure, their enhanced capabilities solidify their position as leaders within the nondestructive testing and metrology part inspection services industry.

As part of a five year, $15 million roll-out investment in technology, Jesse Garant Metrology Center’s latest expansion includes a more diverse range of advanced imaging systems, including industrial CT systems for inspecting large parts and assemblies. Through this investment, the company will continue to be the largest Industrial CT scanning service provider in North America with the greatest diversity of inspection systems available.

The expansion will also involve new CT equipment for preproduction dimensional metrology, capable of obtaining highly accurate data for precise 3D measurements of both external and internal part features. Calibrated to NIST traceable artifacts, these new machines will help manufacturers in various industries maintain the quality and consistency of their preproduction parts and assemblies.

“Our services are not only to provide our customers with the essential data they need to make qualified decisions, but to help meet the growing demand for larger scale part inspection projects, and continue to be a supporting role in the advancement of industry” says Jesse Garant, President.

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