Coord3, from company inception, took its name from the 3 Coordinate Measuring Machine it was founded to serve. Founded in 1973 Coord3 offering mainly a cantilever style CMM machine addressing regional needs of the automotive jigs, mould and tooling and sheet-metal part suppliers especially to the automotive industry dominant area around Turin. During the ‘70s and ‘80s more than 400 cantilever CMM machines were installed.
Coord3 – 4 decades of coordinate measuring machine production
In the latter years of the ‘80s the Coord3 CMM range was extended to include
bridge, gantry and horizontal arm CMM’s. Coord3 as a company have always had an ability to manufacture large measuring volume CMM’s.
In 1999 Coord3 became part of an International Group of Companies providing Coord3 with the necessary rescources to globalise its products and market presence.
In 2004 Coord3 and Carl Zeiss annouced a cooperation whereby Coord3 supply Carl Zeiss it large volume CMM’s platforms for integration with Zeiss probing, controller and software. The collaboration continues to this day.
Coord3 became part of the Metris Group in 2007 as Metris developed is global position as one of the major suppliers of high technology metrology capital equipment.
After a spin-off by Metris of its Italian Operations the Coord3 brand was reborn and relaunched as a privately owned company with global distribution activities.
Following the purchase of the Metris Group by Nikon Metrology in 2009 Coord3 becomes CMM structure supplier to Nikon.
Coord3 is unique since other CMM product suppliers are its regular customers.
Coord3 offers its customer a comprehensive range of coordinate metrology products and systems manufactured to the highest quality with outstanding technical project management and firm delivery terms. The Coord3 aim is to operate beyond customers’ expectations through its effective and professional employees.
Today COORD3 has an installed base of more than 3000 coordinate measuring machines located in almost every country in the world.