Zeiss CenterMax navigator

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CenterMax navigator

CenterMax® navigator fits smoothly into any production line and withstands all production environments: neither extreme temperature fluctuations nor typical floor vibrations affect its precision. Even large workpieces are no problem for CenterMax – it can accept weights up to 1000 kg. The open design permits three-sided loading.

Key Features
  • Production measuring center with third generation high-speed scanning technology for high data density and reliable measuring results
  • Computer-aided error correction of the axes of motion increases precision
  • Sturdy construction as a result of the machine base consisting of cast mineral technology
  • Ideal for use directly in a production environment as a result of extreme resistance to temperature fluctuations
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    Machine Technology
  • Temperature-resistant frame (TRF) technology combines insulating and damping cast mineral with invar elements to ensure insensitivity to temperature fluctuations.
  • Fully enclosed measuring axes on air bearings for maximum precision and resistance to dirt
  • Active vibration damping eliminates the negative effects of floor vibrations on the measuring result
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    Options
  • Ultra configuration enables added accuracy for applications in the measuring lab
  • Granite or universal table permits adjustment to changed production conditions
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    Dimensions
    Measuring Range (in mm)
    CenterMax navigator:
    1100 x 1200 x 900
    CenterMax navigator ultra:
    900 x 1200 x 700
     
    CALYPSO Software
    CALYPSO is based on the principle of visual metrology: measure what you see – without extensive programming or complicated code and text input. All part features from a drawing or a CAD model are stored as icons. Select the icons you need and your measurement plan is finished. CALYPSO automatically calculates the ideal measuring run and travel paths.

     


    To receive more information, please call 440-892-9277

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    Last updated January 15, 2018