Reference form measuring machine for the precision measuring room and production with tactile and optical probe.
- Use of the benefits of the most modern, optical metrology
- Non-tacticle optical form measurement of sensitive parts
- Particularly high measuring accuracy
- Lowers your production costs
- For use directly in production
- Highest degree of automation
The high-precision measuring machine MarForm MFU 110 is based on the proven MFU 100 and has been expanded with a highly flexible optical measuring system. A tactile and an optical probe are now available to you at the same time for high-precision measuring tasks in the measuring room or in production. All the advantages of traditional metrology and modern optical tactile metrology are combined in one machine. Here is an overview of some of the advantages of the optical metrology: No influence of the measuring force: Measuring object are not bent or deformed Non-contact measurements: No scratching and damage to sensitive surfaces Direct measurements: No influence of the probe head geometry, thus more accurate recording or contour, e.g. edges, convex forms Very small probe arm diameter: Measurement of very small objects and forms, e.g. small bores High rotational speed of the C-axis: Short measuring time, large amounts of data, measurement of large areas Large vertical and lateral resolution: Higher precision e.g. for diameters and distances Maximum measuring realibility Process accuracy Software package MarWin Future-proof As with the MFU 100, the MFU 110 has an active air-conditioned enclosure for use in production. Short paths and faster possibilities to influence the control of the production process lower your costs and optimize the quality of your products. The highest degree of automation is attained with the motorized centering and tilting table as the core component of a formtester as well as the use of the motorized T7W measuring probe. The MarForm MFU 110 can be expanded and thus is thus future-proof thanks to its strict separation of control and evaluation. Newer language versions can also be just as effectively realized as special evaluations and new standards can be.