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Optical measurement technology ensures precision in mechanical engineering

The precise measurement of machine components is a frequent requirement in mechanical engineering in the context of quality inspections. The focus is on a high level of precision as well as simple and software-supported operation. These requirements are met to a major extent by non-contact, optical measurement devices.

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Straightness measurement of linear guides

Whenever linear guides for mechanical engineering applications go through final acceptance tests to qualify their straightness, a high level of precision is necessary for the measurement technology. The computer-supported electronic autocollimators of the TriAngle series measure the straightness of guide rails with a precision of up to 1 μm/m.

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Measurement of parallelism and flatness

Electronic autocollimators of the TriAngle series are ideal for the high-precision, non-contact measurement of the parallelism of machine guides. A vertical profile along the direction of motion of a mirror on the rail is measured and evaluated using software support. In addition, measurement of the flatness of surfaces may be carried out.

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Rotary table calibration with electronic autocollimators

Rotary tables are used for positioning tools and workpieces in machining centers. Non-contact measurement of the positioning accuracy of the rotary tables increases manufacturing precision. Rotary table calibration using electronic autocollimators of the TriAngle series only needs a short set-up time and is carried out with very high precision. The intuitive software ensures that the measuring process can be learned quickly.

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