Molding allows companies to not only manufacture complex shapes economically, but also allows them to stylize the shapes as well. Molding plastics or metals require precisely shaped molds to ensure a properly molded item.  Werth, with its 3D measuring machines combined with our broad range of sensor’s can measure accurately to make sure the part is shaped right.  From the simplest shape to the most complex, with hidden features, Werth has the machine for your needs.

Consistent quality assurance and acceptance tests to VDI/VDE 2617 and/or ISO 10360 are guarantees of the reliability, accuracy and commensurability of the equipment.

By active participation in standardization committees, we support product specifications and quality standards which promote competition.  The Werth DKD Laboratory (accredited in accordance with DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025) conducts acceptance tests on various optical, optical/tactile and tactile coordinate measuring machines in compliance with the guidelines set forth in the ISO 10360 and VDI 2617 CMM Performance Standards.

Service Training at our Old Saybrook Office

Werth Service Engineers gather at the Old Saybrook office during the week of January 27, 2020 for a training that covers the aspects of Windows 10 upgrades on machines that currently run on Windows 7.



With the TomoScope® XS, TomoScope technology is finally available in a new compact format.