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3-D Coordinate Measuring

Carl Zeiss Microscopy LLCRequest Info
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Carl Zeiss has developed the Accura 3-D coordinate measuring machine. The multisensor-capable measuring system makes fast, economical, precise and flexible measurements using foam insulating technology, enabling higher temperature independence. At minimal thickness, the housing covers ensure temperature resistance and guarantee the required precision, even on the shop floor. Customers can configure the system to fit their requirements. Based on their current tasks, they select the ideal configuration; i.e., sensors. Special software, such as GEAR PRO for gears and HOLOS NT for free-form surface measurements, is integrated along with CALYPSO, the company’s standard CAD-based measuring software. Subsequent modifications can be made easily; if requirements change, different sensors and software can be added.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2011

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