Measurement / New Products

Tactile-Optical Measurement

September 2, 2009
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The Fiber Probe is a tactile-optical sensor that can have a contact sphere with a diameter between 20 and 300 micrometers. The probe makes it possible to measure the cylindricity and diameter of areas as small as 80 micrometers in 3-D spatial orientation. High measurement point density provides another increase in precision and reliability.

Werth Inc.
(860) 399-2445

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