Infinite Graphics Incorporated calibration masks accommodate large size requirements

Infinite Graphics Incorporated, a precision graphics company, produces a wide variety of calibration masks used by manufacturers to calibrate their Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMMs).  These phototools can vary in size from 0.3” x 0.3” all the way up to 32” x 32” depending on the specific requirements.  All calibration masks produced by IGI are guaranteed to be NIST traceable ensuring the customer pinpoint accuracy and total reliability.

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IGI offers a wide range of substrates and coatings.  Substrate offerings include: soda lime, fused silica, quartz, borosilicate, BK7, sapphire, opal glass and Mylar.  Coating offerings include: iron oxide, chrome (bright and anti-reflective), aluminum and emulsion.  Easy release coatings include: X-301 and SLP-10.  IGI is even willing to customize substrates as well as work with customer provided substrates, if necessary.

“Our ability to produce a 32” x 32” calibration mask is really worth mentioning because many companies cannot offer that service,” Rob Larsen, Infinite Graphics Incorporated’s Vice-President of Engineering, states directly.  “All of our calibration masks are NIST traceable and we complement these high quality standards with outstanding customer service, delivery time and ongoing customer support.”

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