Jenoptik Measuring Systems Enable Precise Roughness
PMTS 2019: Jenoptik’s metrology systems start with four available probe systems, two of which are capable of measuring both roughness and contour measurements.
Jenoptik’s metrology systems start with four available probe systems, two of which are capable of measuring both roughness and contour measurements. A quick change adapter enables the operator to retool the system easily. Available probe arms also come standard with magnetic couplings, simplifying probe arm replacement across the platform.
Speed has also been increased, with the W800 system capable of 20 mm per second positioning. The W900 is capable of 200 mm per second positioning speed, with a positioning repetition of less than 10 microns, enabling users to reduce inspection cycle times and increase output, according to the company. The devices also feature the evaluation software, Evovis, which enables automatic configuration when changing the probe system or probe arm. The devices are available as either a compact desktop version or a complete measurement workstation.
Cleveland presents a foundation that will enable PMTS to continue to grow and evolve and continue to deliver more value to the businesses invested in the precision machined parts industry.
The PMTS 2019 Tech Talk schedule includes presentations from Sunnen on improving bore shape, size control and surface finish with honing/lapping, and from Mueller Industries on the future in forging.
To get a feel for the current hot topics in parts cleaning prior to the show, I asked several of the exhibitors what attendees should expect the show “buzz” to be as well as their thoughts and insights about the show and conference.