Raytech Measuring Systems (De Soto, IA) machines for measuring parts for cutting, bending, punching, waterjet cutting, laser cutting, drilling and tapping are available from Exact Metrology Inc. (Brookfield, WI and Cincinnati, OH).
Standard products include:
Single-axis tables with interchangeable probe tips for checking flat sheets with straight edges and square corners. In addition to lowering setup time for production machines, scrap rates, and parts backlogs for inspection, the table integrates with SPC software for quality tracking and reporting. Squareness gage allows users to check sheets for perpendicularity of the edges or check edge camber, while diagonal blocks allow the user to check corner to corner squareness on sheets.
Heidenhain readouts and scales designed for use on machine tools are well suited for use on shop floor gage. Lift gage allows users to edge waves in sheets.
Three-axis tables for parts that are more intricate or bulkier than flat sheets, such as laser- and waterjet-cut parts and those that are bent and formed. Flexible metrology software, sealed Heidenhain encoders, low-maintenance linear bearings and Renishaw indexing touch probe along with the ability to integrate with SPC software for quality tracking and reporting facilitate accuracy and reduce operator-to-operator inconsistency.
Tables come with standard readout system with a simple yet durable color touchscreen, serial output for SPC, multiple points of error correction and multiple point feature measurements. The PC-based system allows for additional reporting capabilities as well as greater program storage capacity.
Custom machines are also available.
Exact Metrology is ISO9001- and AS9100-certified as well as FFL- and ITAR-registered.
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