Werth High-precision measurements, quick inspection
Germany – Based on the successful Tomo Scope HV series, Werth Messtechnik has released the coordinate measuring machine (CMM) TomoQuick HV.
According to the supplier, the machine now offers two different operating modes with intelligent software algorithms and unique machine hardware. In standard mode, the computed tomography system generates high precision measurement data similar to machines typically used in measurement labs. In high-speed mode, the machine can be used as a fully integrated and automated solution in a production line to inspect components for completeness or cavities, Werth said.
It added that depending on the requirements for measurement uncertainty or resolution, a complete workpiece can be captured in just a few minutes. With the fully-integrated part changer, many parts can be placed on pallets and measured in a single scan, the company said. Depending on the task, the machine can use either 225, 300 or 450 kV X-ray tubes.