News: Product News
15th January 2018
Shipbuilders and marine engineers Cammell Laird are using the Micro Alignment Telescope to assist with precise alignment of the ships propeller shafts to the marine engine during build of the Sir David Attenborough polar research vessel
26th January 2018 • Read »
Spectrum Metrology will be showcasing a range of ground-breaking handheld gauging technology for rapid micro-defect and gap/flush analysis at the EPMC show this November (Ricoh Arena, 14-15 November).
12th October 2017 • Read »
Following NIST guidelines, the Brunson KinAiry is a comprehensive field test for all models of laser tracker, allowing fast, regular health checks of your laser tracker in the field.
7th September 2017 • Read »
We are often asked how frequently metrology instruments need to calibrated - here are a few guidelines to help you decide ...
27th October 2016 • Read »
Using the CETAMS Electronic Tilt Measurement System allows precise measurement of tilt with no restrictions on movement of personnel or equipment, providing high accuracy measurement at a fraction of the cost of other methods.
7th June 2016 • Read »
New Automatic prism and polygon checker launched at Photonics West
The Taylor Hobson automated prism/polygon measurement system offers high stability angle measurement and testing of optical prisms, polygons, wedges and angle gauges from as little as 2mm² in size. A combination of high precision hardware and dedicated software ensure polygon measurement to better than 1 second.
The prism checker uses the Taylor Hobson two axis digital Ultra Autocollimator, respected throughout industry for its high accuracy and stability over a wide measurement range (1800 seconds). This is combined with a highly stable rotary stage which gives precision positioning and movement to less than 1 second.
Dedicated software allows programmes to be written, saved and recalled using a simple step-by-step process and the results produced in a detailed report format.
The prism checker will be on the Ametek Booth 1321 in South Hall at SPIE Photonics West (30 January to 1 February 2018). Our technical applications engineer will be on hand at the show to demonstrate the accuracy of versatility of this new system.