Carl Zeiss Keeps Things Moving
The Rondcom and Surfcom measuring machines fully focus on the test requirements for moving parts in engines and gears, shafts and bearings regarding measuring accuracy and configuration.
These machines utilize TIMS software which ensures a high degree of flexibility and consistent automation. A key benefit for users: they can operate these measuring machines without in-depth training. This is made possible by the identical software package with comparable user interfaces.
The latest member of the Rondcom family is the Rondcom 76A spindle form tester. Its functionality permits the measurement of the interior and exterior diameter, as well as the parallelism of cylinders. Rondcom 76A features very high stability.
Its solid granite base makes it insensitive to vibrations from the production environment. The time required for the different measurements was reduced to less than half of that required by standard measuring machines. The rotation spindle in place of a rotary table makes this machine particularly well-suited for complex bulky and heavy workpieces with high demands on accuracy. The Rondcom 76A is available in different sizes with teach-in programming of CNC runs for the very precise inspection of very large automotive parts.
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