Non-Contact Tool Verification System

Marposs Corp. 's Mida Laser 75P non-contact programmable tool setting system is able to be adapted to the tool type under verification to the same rotation speed as used during machining and to the desired measuring cycle.

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Marposs Corp.'s Mida Laser 75P non-contact programmable tool setting system is able to be adapted to the tool type under verification to the same rotation speed as used during machining and to the desired measuring cycle.

The tool verification unit incorporates a shutter design that protects the laser system from contamination through a tunnel air effect technology. This design permits the unit to measure and verify dimension, tool breakage and wear in the presence of coolant. A microprocessor, integrated into the unit's electronic interface, elaborates the signal received, which filters noise coming from coolant and chips.

The system is available with a collimated or focused laser beam. The focused model is essential for cutting edge integrity verification and length measurements of chisel or rounded nose tools, or for tools with a diameter of less than 1 mm.

 

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