5/6/2020

Mitutoyo’s Profile Projector Enables Easier 2D Measurements

Originally titled 'Profile Projector Features Touchscreen Display'
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The M2 2D processor updates the PH-3515 profile projector with a new touchscreen tablet and easier 2D processing for measuring dimensions.

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Mitutoyo America Corporation’s M2 2D Processor is part of a new package with the PH-3515 Profile Projector. The M2 2D processor updates the PH-3515 Profile Projector with a new touchscreen tablet and easier 2D processing for measuring dimensions. According to the company, the M2 2D Processor features include an easy-to-use, touchscreen M2 geometric measurement display. The graphics-based “part view” construction generates distances and tangent lines from within the graphical part view. The geometric tolerancing enables users to measure features, set nominals, apply tolerances and view deviation results with only a few quick clicks. The report flexibility function customizes report data and format, including header, footer and graphics. The unit also includes M2 geometric 2D measurement software and optional edge detection. The PH-3515 Profile Projector features include a 14"-screen horizontal projector, which is equipped with linear glass scales; profile and fiber optic surface illumination; a 10" × 6" T-Slot table for accessories; and a digital built-in angle counter.

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