Control show Faster, more automated and more efficient metrology

Editor: Barbara Schulz

Germany – Mahr will be showing a range of equipment that it says is more automated, more user-friendly, faster and that makes more use of wireless, in keeping with the vision of “Internet 4.0” – the Internet of Things.

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Demonstrations will be presented on how camshafts are measured on the Marshaft Scope 750 plus, equipped with an automatic loading robot.
Demonstrations will be presented on how camshafts are measured on the Marshaft Scope 750 plus, equipped with an automatic loading robot.
(Source: Mahr)

Mahr’s stand will present demonstrations of how camshafts are measured on the Marshaft Scope 750 plus, equipped with an automatic loading robot. The Marsurf CNC modular measuring station features automatic part recognition, part labeling and robotic handling. The Scope 250 is designed for fast measurements; the optical shaft measuring machine can measure shafts up to 40 mm in diameter and 250 mm lengths. The Marsurf UD 130 and Marsurf GD 26 are claimed to set new class standards in terms of speed of contour and roughness measuring. The Precimar PLM 600-E’s motorized Y-axis is intended to enable rapid determination of reversal point and faster calibration of test equipment. Products such as the Marcal 16 EWRi caliper and the Marcator 1086 Ri dial gauge feature wireless communication.

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Improvements in other products include its 844 T and 25 EWR universal measuring instruments. The Millimar C 1200 compact length measuring unit has been completely revised to feature an updated display and operation. At Control, Marwin 8.0 will be debuted – a new version of Mahr’s measuring software.

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