2/11/2009

Laser Calibration And Volumetric Error Compensation

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The MCV-5002 is suited for the laser calibration and 3D volumetric error compensation of CNC machine tools, CMMs and five-axis, gantry-type machines for the aerospace industry. This system is said to be efficient at calibrating and compensating linear, straightness, squareness and angular errors. The compact LICS-100A is designed for the laser calibration and compensation of pitch errors or displacement errors of machining centers, CNC machine tools, CMMs and other machines.

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The MCV-5002 is suited for the laser calibration and 3D volumetric error compensation of CNC machine tools, CMMs and five-axis, gantry-type machines for the aerospace industry. This system is said to be efficient at calibrating and compensating linear, straightness, squareness and angular errors.

The compact LICS-100A is designed for the laser calibration and compensation of pitch errors or displacement errors of machining centers, CNC machine tools, CMMs and other machines.

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