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4/9/2009

Video System For Tool Analysis

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The Model 560 Video permits rapid, precise inspection of virtually all cutting tool geometry characteristics for both new and reground tools. The system uses a series of lenses and a camera to display the image of the tool being analyzed on a video monitor. A Windows-compatible software analysis program is displayed on the monitor where the tool analysis is conducted.

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The Model 560 Video permits rapid, precise inspection of virtually all cutting tool geometry characteristics for both new and reground tools. The system uses a series of lenses and a camera to display the image of the tool being analyzed on a video monitor. A Windows-compatible software analysis program is displayed on the monitor where the tool analysis is conducted.

According to the company, the model features an easy-to-use, powerful software program for Windows that can acquire, archive, analyze and annotate video images. It uses various lenses, a camera, a computer system and a monitor to display the tool images. Tool geometries, as well as various geometric data, are displayed directly on the monitor.

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