Our customers, whether they are pulp and paper manufacturers, corrugators, converters, aerospace component manufacturers or the power generation industry, all rely on one very important service from us – highly accurate, quality, precision measurement.
Because of this, it is critical that the metrology instruments used by OASIS engineers and field service technicians are of the highest caliber available today. OASIS extensively tests almost every industrial measurement instrument on the market and we regularly add the tooling that we feel provides the most benefit to our customers. The most recent addition to our arsenal of precision measurement tools are several Leica Absolute Tracker 960 (AT960) laser trackers.
Benefits of the AT960 Laser Tracker
Our customers face tough competition in today’s industrial marketplace. Time is tight, resources are few, and quality remains the top priority. Manufacturers must have precision measurement and alignment services that they can count on in order for them to succeed and reach their goals. The number one customer benefit of our new AT960 laser trackers is RELIABILITY. Downtime can be extremely costly and using reliable metrology instruments can greatly reduce this expensive issue.
There are several other important features that make the AT960 an exceptional tool:
♦ 002” (0.049mm) volumetric accuracy at 33 feet (10m)
♦ 120m diameter range
♦ Absolute Interferometer (AIFM)
♦ High speed, dynamic Six Degrees of Freedom (6DoF) measurements
♦ Independent hot-swap battery power supply
♦ Built in WI-FI
♦ PowerLock automatically re-establishes interrupted line of sight
♦ IP54 Rating—IEC certified sealed unit protects against dust and other contaminants
♦ T-Probe allows for inspection of hidden or hard to reach points
In upcoming posts, we will expand on the capabilities of this exciting new technology and what customers can expect from OASIS adding them to our offerings. Please contact us if you would like additional information or be sure to subscribe to our blog for regular updates.
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