5/10/2010

Five-Axis Head for Inspection on CMMs Increases Throughput

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Utilizing technology developed for its Revo measurement system, Renishaw says its PH20 probe head offers “head touches” for rapid touch-trigger measurement and fast, infinite, five-axis positioning for optimal feature access.

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Utilizing technology developed for its Revo measurement system, Renishaw says its PH20 probe head offers “head touches” for rapid touch-trigger measurement and fast, infinite, five-axis positioning for optimal feature access. Its compact design makes it suitable for new CMM purchases as well as a retrofit for existing CMM touch-trigger installations.

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