from 0.5 + L/500 μm
ZEISS PRISMO navigator enables high-speed with maximum precision. navigator technology is the logical enhancement to scanning from ZEISS. It automatically configures the maximum measuring speed during scanning – with guaranteed accuracy. Additional time is saved through tangential approach and scanning, helix scanning and fast dynamic stylus calibration.
ZEISS PRISMO navigator uses computerguided corrections of all dynamic influences on the machine. This optimizes precision during high-speed scanning.
ZEISS PRISMO is also ready for environments near production, thus eliminating a trip to the measuring lab. All machine parts critical to operations are perfectly matched. This is achieved through the use of in-house developments for all critical components.
ZEISS PRISMO ultra further increases the accuracy of ZEISS PRISMO navigator. This precision is achieved through more accurate scales, a modified air bearing connection, air damping and stricter matching of all machine parts. ZEISS PRISMO ultra is therefore ideal for jobs in research, development and quality assurance, as well as for the calibration of gages and test pieces.
ZEISS PRISMO navigator comes standard with the multi application sensor system (mass) from ZEISS. mass enables both contact and optical measuring on the same machine. Sensors can be changed out in just a few steps thanks to the common interface for all sensors.
RT-AB rotary table
Rotary tables are an ideal addition to coordinate measuring machines - particularly for rotationally symmetric parts such as shafts, bearing rings, gear wheels and housings. The RT-AB sits on air bearings and impresses with its seemingly effortless movements, its fantastic radial and axial runout values, and the dynamism of its direct drive. The RT-AB is available as an integrated or retrofitted system and allows you to configure the maximum speed depending on the load. The CAA-corrected positioning accuracy ensures maximum precision.
Ensures shorter calibration times for measurements with the RDS articulating probe holder as only a few angular settings require calibration.