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Workshop Surface Finish Measurement range at Make Measurement Matter 2015
Spectrum Metrology will be pleased to meet you at the GTMA Make Measurement Matter road show which this year is being held at the Kettering Conference Centre on 15th October 2015, where we will have the full workshop surface finish measurement range to show you:
Surtronic Duo-9 : this rugged new handheld model has 9 parameter options (plus unfiltered parameters), uses Bluetooth technology and can display both numerical and graphical results.
Surtronic S100 series: has a 50mm stylus lift with right angle attachment and over 70mm stylus reach ensure that even the most challenging surface can be measured without the need for expensive fixturing. Anti-slip V-feet allow the Surtronic to be used on flat or curved surfaces. The stylus can even measure upside down!
Intra Touch: this latest model uses Icon driven, touchscreen Talyprofile software on a choice of small or large touchscreen tablet for measurement of surface finish, form, waviness and contour.
For further details see http://www.spectrum-metrology.co.uk/surface-roughness/
We hope you will be able to attend - visit www.makemeasurementmatter.co.uk for full details of the event.
If you are unable to attend please contact us for further information or to arrange a demonstration.