Surftest SV-800 CNC surface roughness measuring machines are SV-800 is engineered around a column-moving mechanism that virtually eliminates load capacity limitations. The machine’s large measuring envelope (800 mm X 500 mm X 200 mm) and long-stroke probe arm are designed to accommodate sizable, heavy workpieces such as crankshafts and camshafts as well as other powertrain, engine and similar components. The long reach of the probe arm also enables the machine to measure multiple cross sections and waviness.
The machine is constructed to attenuate vibration and minimize measurement deviations attributable to machine deflection while Mitutoyo Surfpak software provides functions such as “straightness compensation,” which improves the linear accuracy of the X-axis; “circular compensation,” which enhances accuracy related to vertical movement of the stylus; and “stylus-tip diameter” wear compensation.
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Renishaw’s XM-60 multi-axis calibrator can measure six degrees of freedom from a single setup and in any orientation for linear axes.