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Werth X-ray 3D measurement system can now be automated

Editor: Eric Culp

The unit removes the operator from the process.

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The measuring machine remains closed during the entire series of measurements.
The measuring machine remains closed during the entire series of measurements.
(Source: Werth)

Werth Messtechnik GmbH has announced the introduction of technology that enables the process of 3D X-ray production measurement to be automated and use a pallet system to automatically feed in several identical or different parts.

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The supplier of the Tomoscope line of computer tomography measuring units explained that the new system uses the Werth multisensor concept. In place of a tactile or optical sensor, a gripper is mounted on a rotary tilting head. It uses the machine axes to supply the rotary table with parts from a pallet located within the machine. The measuring machine remains closed during the entire series of measurements.

Werth added that its Tomoscope HV 500 and Tomoscope HV compact units can, optionally, perform measurements without operator intervention.

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