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11/9/2012

Full-Function Digital Measuring Machine for 2D Parts

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Ram Optical Instrumentation, a division of Quality Vision International (QVI), offers a full-function benchtop digital measuring machine, the QVI Snap.

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Ram Optical Instrumentation, a division of Quality Vision International (QVI), offers a full-function benchtop digital measuring machine, the QVI Snap. The machine id designed for ease of use and can measure virtually any 2D part that is placed within its field of view. A large-depth-of-field telocentric lens system, megapixel camera with digital zoom, and powerful Measure-X 2D metrology software enhance capability. 

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