Metrology - Measuring machines CMMs(19)

Measuring machines are born from the need of those companies operating in the precision mechanics to improve their process of dimensional quality control of the produced pieces. The measuring machine is, in fact, a machine that allows to measure with extreme precision the real dimensions of an object thanks to the use of an infrared probe or also called probe. The probe is housed in a gantry upright which, depending on the type of machine, may or may not move along the three axes x, y and z. The probe moves along the entire surface of the object and at the same time detects the position coordinates. These measurements are necessary in order to detect the presence or absence of discrepancies in the finished object with respect to the desired shape and size. Any anomalies with respect to the original shape and dimensions will be rectified in subsequent machining operations in order to finally obtain the finished object perfectly corresponding to the initial design. The various types of measuring machine differ according to whether the structure of the measuring machine is a fixed gantry, a mobile gantry or a horizontal arm.

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Used ZEISS UMM 500 measuring machine

M1902986481
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Good
ZEISS
UMM 500
1986
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Used ZOLLER Saturn 2 measuring machine

M1802854595
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Good
ZOLLER
Saturn 2
2000
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Used SPERONI STP 44 A1 SV 51 measuring machine

M1802345326
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Good
SPERONI
STP 44 A1 SV 51
2006
on request
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Used JOHANSSON Topaz 07c measuring machine

M1802286461
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Good
JOHANSSON
Topaz 07c
1995
on request
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Used AXIOM TOO CN 6460 Honeycomb measuring machine

M1702081726
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Good
AXIOM TOO
CN 6460 Honeycomb
2015
on request
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Used WERTH Scope-Check V measuring machine

M1701121035
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Excellent
WERTH
Scope-Check V
2010
on request
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Used ZEISS UMC 850 / 1200 measuring machine

M1701044589
Under Power
Good
ZEISS
UMC 850 / 1200
1990
on request
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Used Faro Fratelli Rotondi HORIZON SIX 25-12-15 measuring machine

M1600882321
Under Power
Good
Faro Fratelli Rotondi
HORIZON SIX 25-12-15
1995
on request
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Used ZEISS METRIS measuring machine

M1600819359
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Good
ZEISS
METRIS
to be verified
on request
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Used POLI TCX 3000 measuring machine

M1600165062
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Good
POLI
TCX 3000
1996
on request
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Used POLI GLOBO measuring machine

M1600164969
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Good
POLI
GLOBO
to be verified
on request
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Used COORD 3 TR 25 S measuring machine

M1600164850
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Good
OSAT COORD 3
TR 25 S
to be verified
on request
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Used MITUTOYO CP 701620 CNC measuring machine

M1600164725
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Good
MITUTOYO
CP 701620 CNC
to be verified
on request
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Used COORD 3 TRT 8 measuring machine

M1600164461
Visible
Good
COORD 3
TRT B
1994
on request
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Used COORD 3 TR40 measuring machine

M1600164347
Visible
Good
COORD 3
TR40
to be verified
on request
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Used SPERONI STP 10 135 MM2 measuring machine

M1600120159
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Good
SPERONI
STP 10 135 MM2
1997
on request
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Used DEA BETA M 2304 measuring machine

M1600120111
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Good
DEA
BETA M 2304
1990
on request
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Used Heinrich Schneider SKM 500 measuring machine

M1600064114
Under Power
Good
Heinrich Schneider
SKM 500
2003
on request
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Used MAUSER ZEISS KMZ G 402512 measuring machine

M1600046090
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Good
MAUSER ZEISS
KMZ G 402512
1990
on request
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Measuring machines are born from the need of those companies operating in the precision mechanics to improve their process of dimensional quality control of the produced pieces. The measuring machine is, in fact, a machine that allows to measure with extreme precision the real dimensions of an object thanks to the use of an infrared probe or also called probe. The probe is housed in a gantry upright which, depending on the type of machine, may or may not move along the three axes x, y and z. The probe moves along the entire surface of the object and at the same time detects the position coordinates. These measurements are necessary in order to detect the presence or absence of discrepancies in the finished object with respect to the desired shape and size. Any anomalies with respect to the original shape and dimensions will be rectified in subsequent machining operations in order to finally obtain the finished object perfectly corresponding to the initial design. The various types of measuring machine differ according to whether the structure of the measuring machine is a fixed gantry, a mobile gantry or a horizontal arm.