Tool inspection

  • 30-Jun-2008 09:53 EDT


With the E123 Presetter, Lyndex-Nikken offers a precise high-tech device featuring a fixed rotating spindle that uses six mini bearings with radial concentricity error compensation. For rigid performance, the E123 offers solid ground granite column and base construction and supporting surfaces and guarantees movement accuracy for both X and Z axes. A touch-screen vision system and full-color LCD screen are standard, and a complementary metal oxide semiconductor image sensor permits accurate measuring of any kind of tool profile. Fully automatic measurement includes both radii and angle values, and focusing bars are included to ensure repeatability. X-axis measuring range is 130 mm and Z-axis is 360 mm; resolution is 1 to 5 µm. Hand wheels are incorporated for final framing of the profile in the screen.

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