Modern Machine Shop

OCT 2018

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MODERN EQUIPMENT REVIEW Modern Machine Shop 131 SPOTLIGHT | Measurement and Inspection See a demo at /IndustrialNetting 1-800-328-8456 www.industrialnetting.com PR0TECT PARTS 9LWSHJLÅ\PKZVHRLKJHYKIVHYK^P[O YL\ZHISLWSHZ[PJTLZO )YLH[OHISLWSHZ[PJZOLL[ZHUKZSLL]LZ J\[[V`V\YZPaLZPUVULI\ZPULZZKH` from scratches and corrosion NEW FROM HEIMATEC tecnicrafts R Prospect Heights, IL 847-749-0633 info@heimatecinc.com www.heimatecinc.com ATTENTION SWISS MACHINE BUILDERS AND USERS... Heimatec now offering Tecnicrafts collets and guide bushings for Swiss Type CNC Automatic Lathes. All popular brands. Smooth bore, groove bore, straight nose, tapered nose and other styles of collets available in various sizes. Adjustable, profile and reinforced shank style guide bushings, too. All brought to you by the leader in Live Tools...Heimatec. A perfect match! Roughness Sensor Enables the Inspection of Surface Waviness The Zeiss Rotos roughness sensor enables coor- dinate measuring machines (CMMs) to inspect surface waviness and roughness, even on com- plex workpieces, in a single measurement run without any reclamping. This ability speeds up the measurement of all surface parameters. The sensor enables the user to check the size, form, location tolerances and roughness param- eters on a single machine. With the sensor, the Prismo and CenterMax CMMs eliminate the need to use separate stylus instruments to capture signif- icant form deviations. The user can exchange the sensor as needed using an interface on the CMM probe.The sensor also enables the user to capture Ra roughness values ranging to 0.03 micron. The Rotos sensor enables the inspection of nearly all workpiece characteristics. Because of the sensor's three rotatable, multiple-stylus arms, the user can measure deep bores, overhead areas and other difficult-to-reach surfaces. Surface rough- ness, size, form and location can be analyzed and visu- alized in a customized display in PiWeb reporting. New features include skidless styli intended for measuring roughness and waviness on sealing faces. The company says that programming the surface parameters is quick and easy because the sensor is completely integrated in Calypso, the company's mea- suring software. | Zeiss Industrial Metrology US | 800-327-9735 zeiss.com/metrology

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