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The First Scanner that can “Actually” measure
The exceptional characteristics of the scanner, which is currently the most exact in the world, are based upon mature, detailed solutions in its mechanical construction. This enables objects to be measured with the very slightest of measurement inaccuracy. The measuring range of this reasonably priced series of devices is up to 650 mm. Larger measuring ranges can be supplied upon request.
The Werth FlatScope is equipped with an Image Processing Sensor and can be supplied with a telecentric lens with standardized magnification or with the Werth Zoom (patent pending) as required. By using the Werth Zoom, which is constructed on the basis of linear guideways, an accuracy can be achieved which is unprecedented within the scope of the scanner. The working distance as well as magnification can be set via CNC controls. The high quality lens makes the previous, time-consuming preparation of thin test pieces superfluous. Even parts of profiles of 100 mm thickness can be measured with ease.
By means of the special Image Processing Software which has been specially conceived for the needs of dimensional measuring technology, the completely automatic measurement of complicated, extremely low-contrast work pieces in Backlight and Surface Illumination can be easily achieved. In Grid Scanning mode, the entire measuring area can be scanned quickly and all geometrical characteristics recorded and evaluated.
The WinWerthâ Measuring Software combines modern, intuitive user operation with exceptional features, making measuring with the Werth FlatScope particularly simple and thus enabling the device to be used by untrained staff.
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