September 24-26, 2019 /// Long Beach Convention Center, CA

WESTEC 2019

MEET US AT BOOTH 751

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Bruker Alicona @WESTEC 2019

Highly accurate, fast and flexible optical 3D measurements on the move

InfiniteFocusSL

3D measurement system for form & finish

InfiniteFocusSL is a cost efficient optical 3D measurement system for easy, fast and traceable measurement of form and finish on micro structured surfaces. Users measure both form and roughness of components with only one system. 

Measurements are achieved in seconds and features, such as a coaxial laser for quick and easy focusing, further increase usability. With an automation interface, InfiniteFocusSL is also applied for fully automatic measurement in production.

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Alicona InfiniteFocusSSL

User Case Report: IMCO

"Particularly on the shop floor, simple handling is just important as measuring accuracy. Alicona understood that 100%"

The reliable verification of the micro geometry of their milling cutters is one of the top priorities in the research and development work of the US carbide tool manufacturer IMCO. The high measuring accuracy, repeatability and easy handling of the EdgeMaster tool measuring system impressed the management as much that shortly after investing in its R&D center an additional system for production was purchased.

Alicona EdgeMaster

Smart Manufacturing

The impact of automation for modern manufacturing and digitization

Automation is more than the automatic measurement of shape and roughness parameters of a component. Automation also means simple interaction between administrator and machine operator, intuitive order management, high measuring accuracy also in production as well as communication and networking with existing production machines up to the connection to an ERP and QM system. Alicona offers tried and tested solutions.

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Applications & Measurement Solutions

Applications of optical 3D metrology in the tooling industry

Cutting edge defects, high wear, long machining times or unsatisfactory results on drills, milling cutters etc. are challenges with which manufacturers are confronted. The optimal tool and machining parameters can be determined with optical 3D metrology.

Optical metrology for tooling applications
Webinar: Controlling tool quality on the shop floor
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Measurement Report: Reliable tool quality control
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White Paper: Are your cutting tools competitive?
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Applications & Measurement Solutions

Dimensional metrology to increase efficiency and safety of turbine engine components

Non-contact, dimensional measurement together with industrial automation capabilities enable a number of time-saving measures in quality assurance. Check out the following material to find out more details on applications with the optical coordinate measurement system µCMM or the Cobots, a combination of high resolution optical 3D metrology and collaborative robotics!

Optical Metrology for aerospace Applications
Webinar: Optimize your turbines by optically measuring break edges and defects
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Measurement Report: Turbine blade measurement using Focus-Variation
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White Paper: Non-contact and highly accurate measurmeent of critical turbine engine components
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Information and trends in measurement technology

Vertical Focus Probing

Vertical surfaces with more than 90° can now also be measured optically with the optical coordinate measuring system µCMM.

µCMM Webinar

In this webinar you will learn how dimension, position, shape and roughness of complex geometries can be measured with only one sensor. Furthermore, you will receive information on the latest development of the core technology focus variation - 3D hole measurement.

Gear shaft inspection with the 3D coordinate measuring machine

This report shows measurement results measured with the µCMM - the world's first optical-only 3D CMM. The measuring object is a faulty gear shaft, measured with the µCMM and a rotation unit (Real3D).