The Gleason 300GMSL inspection system offers multiple measurement methods on a single platform tactile probing surface finish measurement Barkhausen noise analysis and laser scanning

The Gleason 300GMSL inspection system offers multiple measurement methods on a single platform: tactile probing, surface finish measurement, Barkhausen noise analysis, and laser scanning.

High-Tech and High-Precision for High-Volume Inspection

For highly engineered parts like forged gears, a quality control system must be chosen to match the accuracy of the design and the pace of the process. One platform, multiple options High-speed laser scanning Relying on CMM

Precision formed parts demand precision inspection to verify dimensional and surface accuracy, and thus to justify the manufacturer’s investment in the forming. The issue of precision becomes even more critical in high-volume manufacturing operations, like forging gears, intensifying the need for advanced inspection capabilities.

Gears are not high technology, of course, but they are conceived as interactive parts, so the degree of precision starts at the design level. High-te

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