Measurement / New Products

Measuring Arm

November 25, 2008
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The Infinite 2.0 measuring arm has Tesa kinematic probes, a redesigned ergonomic wrist with an integrated USB digital camera, SpinGrip, a new probe holster and upgraded WiFi with a range up to 200 feet, even through walls. The six- and seven-axes arms offer high-precision probing and optional scanning capabilities for mobile measurement, inspection and reverse engineering on the shop floor or in the metrology lab. Available in measuring ranges from 4 to 12 feet, the 4-foot arm measures to ±0.016 millimeters in the volumetric length accuracy test.

Romer Inc., a Hexagon Metrology Co.
(800) 218-7125

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