Machine alignment tool

  • 12-Feb-2009 08:31 EST
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Pinpoint Capture software from Pinpoint Laser Systems is used with the firm's Microgage measuring and alignment products to record and monitor measuring and alignment results. The Windows-based application allows readings from one Microgage display and up to four remote receivers to be viewed on a computer and recorded at any time and then uploaded to other spreadsheet and statistical packages for analysis. The software features a large-screen format with easy-to-read measuring values and a choice of plots and graphs to follow the measuring results. Results can be recorded in manual mode with the user's notes as well as in automatic mode where readings from all receivers are recorded automatically over time. The Laser Microgage 2D features a laser transmitter that projects a focused laser beam, which is detected by a portable receiver; the receiver is connected to a handheld display that tells the operator where the receiver is located relative to the laser and its beam.
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