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Renishaw’s multisensor REVO 5-axis measurement system provides highly accurate scanning, non-contact inspection and surface finish analysis at ultra-high speeds on one coordinate measuring machine (CMM).
The LEXT OLS5100 laser microscope from Olympus guarantees measurement accuracy that simplify experiment workflows. The software’s several smart features minimize error with push-button scanning and analysis.
Optical Gauging Products’ multisensor TeleStar Plus laser measures a wide range of materials and surface textures with extremely high accuracy. Its through-the-lens (TTL) design eliminates offset between the optical and laser sensors.
OmniSurf3D from Digital Metrology Solutions helps users understand and communicate about surface texture without requiring a great deal of mathematical interpretation or metrology knowledge. The software provides the ability to interact with data from virtually any surface measurement instrument.
Many shops hesitate to incorporate abrasive finishing tools in CNC machines for fear of clogging coolant lines and damaging slides and bearings. However, finishing tools generate very little grit.
All Mitutoyo America FormTracer Avant models can be retrofitted with detectors that convert a contour measuring unit or surface roughness tester to a high-precision system that measures both attributes without closing down the software or switching off the controller.
Combining dimensional metrology and surface roughness measurement, the InfiniteFocus G5 from Bruker Alicona provides high repeatability and vertical resolution of up to 10 nanometers. An interface equips the system for fully automatic measurement during production.
The Vanta Element from Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas provides the same fast material- and alloy-grade identification as the line’s other models in a rugged, cost-effective package. The 2.9-lb X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer works in temperatures ranging from 14 degrees F to 113 degrees F (-10 degrees C to 45 degrees C).
Mahr Inc.’s Precimar ICM 100 IP can be retrofit to automatically calibrate dial and digital indicators, test indicators, and dial comparators. Six higher-resolution options expand potential applications for MarCator 1086R-HR and 1087R-HR digital indicators.
A MarSurf GD roughness measuring station from Mahr Inc. can do profile and waviness evaluations in addition to surface roughness evaluations on larger parts or a series of smaller parts staged together – all on the same machine.
The Flying Spot SurfaceMeasure 201FS laser sensor from Mitutoyo uses a point scanning method to achieve high reproducibility, best-in-class scanning accuracy and a high data acquisition rate for inspection and reverse engineering of small components.
The Hommel-Etamic Toposcan system from Jenoptik can automatically measure the size of porosity and blow holes, stroke reversal radius, laser pocket structures, roughness of bore walls, torn and folded metal and cross-hatch angles.
KYZEN Releases New Tech 2 Tech Packages to Bring Series Full Circle
KYZEN Corp. (Nashville, TN) has launched its latest project within the Tech 2 Tech by KYZEN program: Tech 2 Tech Packages. The packages discuss various cleaning processes and are separated into segments based on their intended audiences: electronics assembly cleaning and metal finishing.
Dynabrade Acquires its Strategic Supplier Manth Mfg.
Dynabrade Inc. (Clarence, NY) recently completed its acquisition of one of its strategic suppliers, Manth Mfg. Inc. (Tonawanda, NY). Manth will continue to operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dynabrade.