CMM Probes-Touch-trigger probe system

Series Probe System

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MH20.jpgMH20MH20_dimens.jpgMH20 - Manual head type CMM:MANUAL | CNC MH20 is a manually adjustable probe head with an integral TP20 kinematic stylus module mount. The A-axis rotates through 315° in the X-Y plane. The B-axis rotates through 93° in the Z plane. A thumbwheel locks the swivel in into position. Qualification must take place after each head adjustment, but TP20 modules can be changed repeatedly, provided qualification has already taken place and the head has not been re-adjusted.
MH20i.jpgMH20iMH20i_dimens.jpgMH20i - Manual head type CMM:MANUAL | CNC MH20i is a manually adjustable probe head with an integral TP20 kinematic stylus module mount with two axis indexing. The A-axis rotates through ±180° in the X-Y plane. The B-axis rotates through 90° in the Z plane. A lever locks the head in one of up to 168 repeatable positions, set at 15° increments. Capable of carrying the full range of TP20 modules, which can be changed without re-qualification, providing qualification has taken place in each position with each stylus/module combination.
PH1.jpgPH1PH1_dimens.jpgPH1 - Manual probe head CMM:MANUAL | CNC The PH1 is a general purpose, swivel-type probe head. Its compact design makes it ideally suited to a CMM where manual orientation of an M8 thread mounted touchtrigger probe is required (TP20, TP200). The PH1 provides two axes of movement. The A-axis allows probe orientation in the vertical plane; the B-axis allows rotational probe orientation. Axis rotation is in relation to the shank mount. Probe re-qualification is required after each re-orientation of the PH1. TP200 not supported on manual CMM.
MIH-TP2.jpgMIHMIH_dimens.jpgMIH - Manual indexable probe head CMM:MANUAL | CNC The manually indexable head (MIH) has 720 positions repeatable and features an autojoint probe mount for fast, repeatable probe changing. This probe head is compatible with the TP6A touch probe directly and supports the TP20, andTP200 probe with the use of the autojoint extension bars (e.g. PAA1). An integral LCD enables easy programming with the facility to memorize up to 20 probe positions. Not for use with multi-wire probes.
TP20.jpgTP20TP20_dimens.jpgTP20 - touch trigger probe CMM:MANUAL | CNC The TP20 is a compact kinematic touch-trigger probe system featuring a twopiece design, comprising probe body and detachable stylus module(s), connected using a highly repeatable magnetic kinematic coupling. This provides the facility to change stylus configurations either manually or automatically without the need for requalification of the stylus tips Modules offering a range of trigger forces allow the probe performance to be best matched to the measurement task.
TP200.jpgTP200TP200_dimens.jpgTP200 - touch trigger probe CMM:CNC The TP200 features the ability of quick change stylus configurations without the need for requalification utilizing electronic strain sensing techniques to improve on the form measuring accuracy and operating life that can be achieved compared with kinematic touch-trigger probes. The TP200 probe is a two piece design comprising the probe body and a detachable stylus module that holds the stylus assembly.
TP7M.jpgTP7TP7M_dimens.jpgTP7 - High-accuracy touch trigger probe CMM:CNC The TP7M is a high-accuracy touch trigger probe with a maximum repeability of 2σ ≤0.25μm. The TP7M can mount a long stylus up to 150mm long. In combination with the longest autojoint probe extension of 200mm for direct mounting to the PH10M or PH10MQ, gives the TP7Ma maximum access distance of 350mm.
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