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Werth (Old Saybrook, CT) recently introduced to the market its FlatScope device for fast, precise, and reliable inspection of flatwork pieces and extrusion profiles. Profiles up to 650 mm (diameter) can be measured on standard models; larger measuring ranges can be supplied upon request.

MPW Staff

April 30, 2009

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Flatwork inspection

Werth (Old Saybrook, CT) recently introduced to the market its FlatScope device for fast, precise, and reliable inspection of flatwork pieces and extrusion profiles. Profiles up to 650 mm (diameter) can be measured on standard models; larger measuring ranges can be supplied upon request.

The unit is equipped with an image processing sensor with telecentric or zoom optics as required. Completely automatic measurement of complicated, low-contrast work pieces in Backlight and Surface Illumination can be done. In Grid Scanning mode, the entire measuring area can be scanned quickly, and all geometrical characteristics recorded and evaluated. Software supplied by the company is said to be simple enough to allow for even untrained operators to accurately conduct measurements.

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