A Gallery of our Measurement Solutions
Digital Metrology can help you take on your toughest measurement challenges. Check out these examples of where custom metrology systems have been developed to address unique customer needs.
3D surface segmentation with OmniSurf3D
Gasket sealing analysis with OmniSurf
Crosshatch analysis with HatchView
Logarithmic bearing profile analysis with ProfileMaster
Laser-based burr measurement
Multi-profile surface texture
Feature detection and surface texture
Aspheres and aspheric geometry analysis
Production brake geometry and texture measurement
“Flick” standard calibration
Hardness “case depth”
Profile segment detection and analysis
Ball contact analysis
Engine block surface texture measurement and analysis
Guided sequence surface texture measurement
Arc profile geometry and texture with ProfileMaster
Cam lobe geometry analysis
Defect detection and analysis
Cone angle calculator
Pressure test data analysis
Robotic surface texture and crosshatch measurement
Custom geometry analysis
Stress concentration detection with ProfileMaster
Corner radius/blend geometry with Blender
Lead angle detection and analysis
Guided sequence surface texture
Blend radius/corner analysis
Segmented profile analysis
Piston pinbore geometry with ProfileMaster
Multi-region geometry analysis
Instrument control and data acquisition
Fillet profile geometry and stress concentration analysis
Guided-sequence shaft measurement
Step height measurement
Mobile instrument interfacing
Gear tooth waviness
Multi-probe roundness and harmonics
Digital Metrology recently teamed up with Accurate Gauging & Instruments in Pune, India. The company was investigating methods for shop floor measurement of roundness and the harmonic details of a 900 mm long crankshaft.
Digital Metrology provided the mathematical analysis to perform “three-probe” measurements on the shafts. Unlike methods which require a precision spindle, the three-probe approach decouples the form errors of the component from the movement associated with the rotation. It’s a fast, accurate way to measure roundness in a production environment, without time-consuming levelling and alignment.
The completed machine provides fully automated measurement of seven journals and six pins.
Visit www.accurategauging.com to learn more.
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