Werth's ScopeCheck FB, which features a multi-axis Z design for seamless integration of multisensor technology, is now available with one, two or three independent sensor axes. This makes it possible to use an even wider range of multisensor technologies without restriction and without tedious sensor change. Each sensor is mounted on its own Z-sheath, and the axes with the non-active sensors are placed in a parking position outside the measuring range. With measuring ranges from 530 mm x 500 mm x 350 mm to 2130 mm x 1000 mm x 600 mm, this family of machines is ideal for measuring a wide range of large parts.
The widely used combination of image processing and conventional probe is achieved, for example, by using the patented multisensor consisting of the Werth Zoom and Werth Laser Probe in the first slide and a rotating swivel head for probing measurements in all directions in the second. The patented Werth 3D Fiber Probe, and the color line sensor or a high-precision fixed focal length at constant magnification can be mounted in the third sheath.
Like almost all Werth instruments, the ScopeCheck FB can be equipped with a flexible rotating/tilting axis. The new axis, featuring special bearing technology, now allows multipoint measurements to be made on large, heavy and complex 3D parts. A rotation/tilt axis for the part often replaces the complex joints for the sensors and also provides access to the corresponding areas of the part for larger sensors. Differently oriented surfaces can be optimally aligned with the sensor system and measured. The axes of rotation/inclination can be easily mounted in any orientation as accessories.