Blum: TC64-Digilog Wireless

  • Wednesday, 24 May 2017 00:00

The primary area of application of Blum’s TC63-Digilog is on large milling, turning and turning/milling machines, in which the system must be used together with extensions and elbows in order to reach the various measuring points.

The wireless probe has a maximum probing speed of two m per minute, and approach directions are in the X, Y and Z axis.

The probe’s measuring mechanism means that during the scanning process, the integrated face gear produces a defined deflection direction at constant deflection forces. Any torsional force that may occur is absorbed by the face gear and thus has no effect on the measuring result.

APMEN Products, May/June 2017

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