Flexibility is the a key issue for multisensor technology. That means having the freedom of choice between contact and optical measurement in one measuring system for all inspection features on a workpiece.
For materials sensitive to touch, the solution is optical measuring systems. They measure non-destructively and accurately. Thanks to a versatile range of optical measuring systems, we have the right solution for every measuring task.
The Optiv Classic Line is the easy way of getting started in optical and 3D multisensor metrology. The machine base and columns on the Optiv Classic 321 GL tp model are made of granite. A low-vibration aluminium design with stationary machine table and mobile gantry set the Optiv Classic 453 apart from the rest.
The Optiv Performance range can tackle many measuring tasks with its robust design in granite, its axes with mechanical bearings and the complete range of sensors. A table top model and four fixed bridge sizes make the Optiv Performance line the first choice for measuring both smaller and larger parts – also in the production area.
The premium offering with respect to measuring accuracy and design is the Optiv Reference line. It provides high precision 3D measurements with very tight production tolerances. A stiff granite construction with the most advanced design materials, air bearings on all axes and optional vibration dampers provide an unsurpassed solution for your metrology requirements.
CMM-Ve is a camera for use on a CMM. The 2D light sensitive CCD and the integral LED illumination allow an area of the measured component to be illuminated and viewed. This gives the capability of optical measurement for large scale components.
|Sensors for Optiv
Through the combination of contact and non-contact measuring sensors, Optiv measuring machines bundle the advantages of several sensors into a single multisensor system. It is now possible to carry out a wide range of different measuring tasks on a part using the sensor most suitable for each task – in one clamping operation and a single measurement process.