A digital video inspection system from Starrett is increasing this company’s inspection throughput and helping it get parts to its customer on time.
Process control is a bigger deal for high-volume CNC machining operations to eliminate scads of scrap/rework because a problem was not identified early on.
System has dual optical systems and touch-probe capability to measure parts with a diverse range of feature sizes and geometries.
Mahr’s MarSurf M 310 mobile surface measurement system offers high-precision measurements to test surface roughness on small and large workpieces.
This automated plant can produce as many as 3,000 electrical fuses per hour, and integrated small force sensors ensure they meet the automotive industry’s standards.
Renishaw FixtureBuilder 8.0 3D-modelling software offers measurement advances.
The versatility of the Inspection Arsenal and Laser Arsenal modular fixture plate systems enables fixturing to be built on the individual grid plates. The plates can be easily removed from the magnetic docking rail when not needed.
Artec Micro is an automated, metrology-grade desktop 3D scanner used for scanning tiny mechanical parts (such as engine valves or connectors) for inspection and reverse engineering, as well as other small objects for heritage preservation, dentistry and medical industries.
Kelch’s Kenova V3 tool presetter designed so turning tools can be precisely preset quickly and easily.
Brankamp X5 option continuously monitors the rolling process.
Monitoring system accurately monitors tapping cycles.
Industrial metrology professionals are constantly tasked with finding the best methodology to inspect parts.
Conroe Machine (Conroe, Texas) is doing what most machine shops only dream of: hard turning a family of parts around the clock in an unmanned cell that operates a “self-controlled” process.
The M2 2D processor updates the PH-3515 profile projector with a new touchscreen tablet and easier 2D processing for measuring dimensions.
Pipe/coupling thread measurement system designed to reduce tool costs and downtimes.
L.S. Starrett expands horizontal X-axis travel on the HB400 benchtop optical comparator from 12" to 16" to measure large parts on its workstage.
It features an open structure design with a single support moving bridge, enabling users to mount workpieces from the front, rear and right for installation and a walk up inspection station.
The hardness tester combines functionality for Rockwell hardness testing and for Light Force Brinell testing in one machine, expanding the range of available measurements