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Product Applications

Unbeatable Performance in Measurement and Gaging Applications.

Multi-point measurement

Outer diameter/height difference measurement of a stepped shaft

Conventional laser scanning method

A one-dimensional laser scan micrometer was used for scanning and measurement. However, high accuracy was limited by the precision of the mechanical movement.

TM-3000 Series

The TM Series is a two-dimensional system which does not require scanning. Just placing a target within the measuring range allows multi-point measurement, achieving both improved accuracy and shorter tact time.

Multi-point measurement

Measurement of dynamic change with a tensile tester

Conventional laser scanning method

A sample was removed from the tester and measured with a vernier caliper each time. It took some time to perform the evaluation.

TM-3000 Series

With the TM Series, you can see the deformation amount while applying force, and you can perform an evaluation without the need for removing the sample from the tester. You can also add additional conditions in sequence, resulting in an accurate evaluation in a short time.

Positioning

Positioning of a cutter blade

Conventional laser scanning method

When the instrument interfered with the camera or illumination required for measurement, it took a considerable amount of time for adjustment.

TM-3000 Series

The TM Series's measurement is based on a 2 dimensional principle. Its wide measuring range allows for quick and easy adjustment, which reduces the man-hours required for maintaining the instrument.

Thickness measurement

Measurement of web thickness

Conventional laser scanning method

A pair of laser scan micrometers were used for monitoring the roller and web respectively, which required significant man-hours for installation and adjustment.

TM-3000 Series

The TM Series enables simultaneous monitoring of the roller and web with a single head, ensuring no errors due to installation or canceling fluctuations caused by vibration. Quality and maintenance can be improved simultaneously.

Multi-point runout (TIR) measurement

Runout measurement of a valve

Conventional laser scanning method

To measure runout at multiple points, the conventional laser scan micrometer required (rotation time) x (No. of points) plus the time required to move to each point.

TM-3000 Series

With the TM Series, you can simply select the desired measurement points from 2D image to measure.
Runout measurement at multiple points can be perfectly synchronised and measured at once, saving considerable tact time.