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A Powerful Team: GageMax from Carl Zeiss and Robots

22.04.2008
In addition to proven measuring technology, Carl Zeiss also delivers modular, robot-based cell solutions that can be precisely tailored to customer needs.

Suitable for integration into the automated flow of production and materials: GageMax from Carl Zeiss.

Thanks to defined interfaces, these modules facilitate the fast and easy connection to peripheral devices and thus integration into the automated flow of production and materials.

Robotics and inline measuring technology together create the potential for zero-defect production with foreseeable costs. With the joint benefits of flexibility and adaptability, an intelligent combination of robot and coordinate measuring technology provides the necessary symbiosis to react to shorter product and innovation cycles, as well as the increased variety of models in modern production environments.

The inline-capable coordinate measuring machines from Carl Zeiss, GageMax® for example, offer the ideal foundation for process integration. Resistant to temperature fluctuations, robust, vibration-absorbent and highly dynamic, these measuring machines provide the foundation for the flexible capture of measurement data in highly automated production environments.

Accessible from three sides, the lowered table on GageMax permits fast pallet feeding and automated loading/unloading with a robot. This increases the integration possibilities of GageMax in interlinked production systems. Furthermore, VAST® technology turns GageMax into a very fast, highly efficient scanning system that seamlessly fits directly into production without taking up a lot of space.


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