Highly Precise Measurements
thanks to swiveling movement
The measurement device is based on laser light section technology. The user guides the sensor over the profile to be measured. Over a swiveling motion, the software records the gap or edge from different directions. Due to an automatic abbe error correction, sensor tilts and rotations are irrelevant to the system. After the measuring operation, the results are shown as measured values on the sensor and additionally as a profile curve on the tablet PC. Any deviations from the target values are highlighted in color. The results can be documented by printing PDF measurement protocols or by exporting them into your database.
RESULTS TAKING CENTER STAGE
VALID RESULTS FOR IMPORTANT DECISIONS
- Highly accurate measured data
- Tamper-proof data transmission
- Can be recalibrated independently
- Expandable system
With CALIPRI, you can rule out user errors and assumptions, unlike with dowel pins, templates or conventional gap measurement devices. Thanks to the patented swiveling motion and the completely non-contact measurement operation, it is possible to fully record even hard to see gap characteristics and sharp edges. The result is highly accurate measured data of real contours. Error-prone manual protocols are a thing of the past with the digital transmission of test reports. With this in mind: Make your decisions based on valid data!DOWNLOAD DATA SHEET - C10 DOWNLOAD DATA SHEET - C14
SEAL GAPS MODULE
UNIVERSAL PROFILE MODULE
CALIPRI ANALYZER FOR
DID YOU KNOW?
We offer inline systems for gap measurements in moving production lines. These stationary measurement devices evaluate gap and flush either semi (CALIPRI C11) or fully automatically (CALIPRI C12).LEARN MORE
Control 2018 | Stuttgart (DE)
Automatica 2018 | München (DE)
We are happy to help you choose the right solution for your measurement task or take care of any support cases.
FUNDED BY EUROPEAN UNION
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 726903.