Mitutoyo, world leader in precision measuring instruments, produces and distributes a wide range of products: from small tools such as micrometers, gauges, and dial gauges to durometer, optical measuring machines and 3D coordinate measuring machines. In Italy, besides providing high quality products for the manufacturing industry, Mitutoyo offers a specific formation for costumers and general metrology formation courses for companies that want to update their workers’ levels of ability. Support services include technical advice about the specific application of the various products, ACCREDIA calibration and custom projects for specific measurements and applications for components management.
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Mitutoyo’s Video Channel
Written descriptions and still images can’t explain well how things work, or how they are used. That’s why we provide these videos: in order to show clearly the typical use of the instruments and the measuring machines, from the easiest manual tool to the most advanced machines.
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MACH 3A In line
Eco-Fix per CMM
Scansione Crysta APEX S
Linear Height LH-600E
U-Wave & USB
SJ-210 SJ-310 SJ-410
CMM Speed Test
Quick Vision Touch Probe
Surftest + Tavola Rotativa
PFF 3D non a contatto
Testa CMM per rugosità
MACH 3A Automation
Quick Vision APEX PRO
Crysta APEX S MAFIS
Mitutoyo, founded on 22nd October 1934 by Yehan Numata, introduced itself on the measurement tools market with one single product: the micrometer.
Mitutoyo’s approach at the time was to produce high quality micrometers in a quantity that makes them more accessible and available for everyone. This mentality has been maintained for decades to include a wider range of products, focused on mechanical and dimensional products such as gauges, dial gauges and other measuring instruments.
With the advent of electronics in the 70s, Mitutoyo started the production of digital measurement tools. During this time the company also started to provide measurement instruments that became more and more sensitive and complex, for example profile projectors, shape measuring instruments and coordinate measuring machines (CMM).
When the statistical process control (SPC) was introduced, Mitutoyo exploited this new metrological science guiding the development of output, interface, data collector and analysis software. Mitutoyo’s integrated measurement systems can be linked together in order to create a closed-circuit measurement network, starting from the measurement detection and ending with statistical analysis.
When computers started to be used in metrology, Mitutoyo included this technology in its product offering and achieved micron’s measuring accuracy.
Today, Mitutoyo offers over 6000 products on its catalogue.