5/10/2017

519 Series of Mu-Checker Probes and Displays are Suitable for Many Applications

Originally titled 'Gaging Equipment for a Range of Applications'
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High-resolution lever-head probes allow multi-point measurements of small parts, flatness and straightness measurement on X/Y table, as well as runout measurement of shafts.

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Mitutoyo America Corp.’s 519 series of Mu-Checker probes and displays are suitable for a range of applications from the inspection room to production-line integration.
 
High-resolution lever-head probes allow multi-point measurements of small parts, flatness and straightness measurement on X/Y table, as well as runout measurement of shafts. The cartridge-head type is easily built into equipment because of its slim and compact shape, making it optimal for an automatic measuring machine. Probes are offered with a standard measuring force of 0.2 N or a low measuring force of 0.02 N. The low-force style enables soft workpieces to be measured without significant deformation. Optional styli, extension rods and brackets are available.
 
Both digital and analog display models offer zero setting with the touch of a button. Additional models allow for multi-probe measuring systems. 

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