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Gaging System Measures Larger Parts with Speed, Repeatability

IMTS 2018: Renishaw’s Equator gauging system is designed for speed, repeatability and ease of use in manual or automated applications.

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Renishaw’s Equator gauging system is designed for speed, repeatability and ease of use in manual or automated applications. The Equator500 system gauges larger parts than previous models. It has has a working volume of 500 mm in diameter and as high as 400 mm.

Other products on display are the RenAM 500Q multi-laser AM system, the XM-60 diagnostic laser measurement system, the Sprint scanning measurement system and the Revo multi-sensor measurement system.

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