Oasis CoreX2 System Measures Multiple Dimensions
PMTS 2019: The CoreX2 inspection system is said to be the largest field of view Oasis Inspection System that measures multiple dimensions on a part.
The CoreX2 inspection system is said to be the largest field of view Oasis Inspection System that measures multiple dimensions on a part to an accuracy of as much as ±0.0002" and with the addition of a motorized rotary stage, parts can be rotated 360 degrees to get profile images and measurements from every aspect of the part. Within the company’s part program, the user defines how many rotations for the stage to make and how many times to measure the part while rotating. Once the cycle is complete, the system displays the measurements of minimum, average, maximum and range for every dimension, and all of the data can be saved on the system. Rotating the part enables the ability to check additional features such as roundness and concentricity. All of this data is recorded to the built-in inspection report or can be automatically exported to any SPC program.
PMTS 2019’s new setting in Cleveland provides attendees with a convenient location, a foundation in manufacturing and new dining and entertainment options to explore.
CEOs from MachineMetrics and Core Powered Inc. present separate Tech Talks to help you get an in-depth look at the industry from different perspectives.
The PMTS 2019 Tech Talk schedule includes presentations from Lester Detterbeck Enterprises on the differences between skiving and shaving, and Heule Precision Tools on deburring parts with cross holes.