Optimax unveils new website

Optimax, a leading provider of precision solutions, has announced the launch of its online platform, designed to elevate the standards of production metrology and inspection.

The new Optimax website offers a comprehensive range of products tailored to meet the diverse needs of various industries, including metrology for industry, AI-driven automated inspection, remote visual inspection, and intelligent solutions for inspection and metrology.

Engineered for user-friendliness, the website features intuitive search functionality, allowing engineers to effortlessly explore products by industry, product groups or manufacturer. With offerings from industry giants like Bruker Alicona, Inspekto, and Vision Engineering, users can expect quality and innovation.

As a UKAS accredited company, Optimax extends its commitment to excellence by providing calibration and support services directly accessible through the website.

"We are excited to introduce our new online platform, which serves as a one-stop destination for engineers seeking cutting-edge metrology and inspection solutions," said Pete Clements, managing director at Optimax. "With a user-centric design and a comprehensive product lineup, we aim to empower our customers to achieve new heights of precision and efficiency."

Visit optimaxonline.com to explore the company’s innovative offerings and embark on a journey towards precision excellence.

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