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Jenoptik to showcase the latest in metrology at the Control Trade Fair in Stuttgart
From mobile, cordless roughness tester to the automatic high-end measurement station, the Jenoptik division will be presenting its broad range of services for metrology. Automation and flexible, high-precision metrology for manufacturing in particular are playing an increasingly greater role and one which the HOMMEL-ETAMIC product range is fulfilling. "In 2011 we are again anticipating a broad cross-section of national and international visitors and expect to make numerous interesting contacts. This year we will once again be showcasing many innovations and new features," says Head of Division Volkmar Hauser before the start of the 25th Control Trade Fair. New metrology solutions for more environmentally friendly engines in the automotive industry, for medical technology or in other sectors, are in demand. The Industrial Metrology division will be meeting these demands by offering individual customer solutions for form, roughness and dimensional metrology.
Lightweight innovation in mobile roughness measurement.
The division will be premiering the HOMMEL-ETAMIC W5, the new mobile roughness tester. The lightweight successor to the proven HOMMEL-ETAMIC T500, weighing just 270 g, not only offers impressive mobility and user-friendliness but also special features such as color display, USB connection and Bluetooth.
New generation of measurement computers from Hommel-Etamic
The new measuring electronics platform for dimensional measurements in the production environment will also be presented to the public for the first time. With the sturdy industrial PCs HOMMEL-ETAMIC sirius and HOMMEL-ETAMIC vega, as well as the TOLARISTM software specially developed to meet the demands for production supporting quality control, the division will be offering other innovations designed to meet the requirements of tomorrow. The PS50 and PS100 intelligent probe satellites allow for the connection of all standard measurement devices for high-precision, static and dynamic measurements.
New digital, electro-pneumatic converter.
In the field of pneumatic metrology the world's fastest digital, electro-pneumatic converter, the HOMMEL-ETAMIC TPE200, will be on show. In addition to extremely fast response times of just 15ms and very low noise of less than 0.1µm, the TPE200 is equipped with automatic adjustment for fluctuations in temperature and air pressure. Thanks to these properties and its very compact design, the TPE200 is also suitable in particular for use in machine tools.
HOMMEL-ETAMIC opticline CA618:
Optical shaft metrology further enhanced.
The market leader position in the area of optical shaft measuring technology is underlined once again by the HOMMEL-ETAMIC opticline CA618. The advantages of the opticline systems are measurements within seconds, maximum flexibility and long-term measurement accuracy within the production environment. The CA618 is a measurement system that is able to better meet the requirements in particular for flexibility and suitability for use in production. In addition, the division will be presenting its solutions in the area of optical shaft metrology at the Medical Technology Theme Park, which will be held exclusively at Control.
You will find these and other innovations on the Jenoptik Stand 3501 in Hall 3.
Click http://www.jenoptik.com/... for an overview of all new products.
About the Industrial Metrology division
In the area of industrial metrology Jenoptik is a leading manufacturer and system provider for high-precision, contact and non-contact production metrology. The range of products and services covers total solutions for a wide range of measurement tasks such as testing roughness, contour and form as well as determining dimensions - in-process, post-process or in the metrology room. The product program is rounded off by a comprehensive range of services involving advice, training and customer service, including long-term maintenance agreements.
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