m&h radio-wave probing systems

m&h radio-wave probes are touch trigger probes. When approaching a workpiece surface, the stylus deflects and a trigger signal is transmitted to the receiver by radio wave. This receiver converts the radio waves to an electrical signal sent to the control

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Radio-wave touch trigger probes for in-process measurement directly on the machine tool.

  • Image of a Radio Ultrasonic probe in use checking thickness measurement
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    The RWP20.50-G-UTP ultrasonic touch probe enables automatic wall thickness measurement for larger parts on the machine tool.

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      Automated execution and analysis of machine tool inspection
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  • Image of RWP20-50-G-HPP Radio Wave Touch Probe in use
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    The RWP20.50-G-HPP is Hexagon’s most accurate touch probe for machine tools.

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      Partial autonomy
      Automated execution and analysis of machine tool inspection
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  • Product

    The m&h RC-R-100 communicates with radio-wave touch probes in the 2.4 GHz range and can be easily mounted in machine rooms.

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      Partial autonomy
      Automated execution and analysis of machine tool inspection
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  • Image of a m&h Radio-wave Touch Probe RMP20.50 in use
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    The m&h RWP20.50 is characterized by its modular structure,various measuring units, different extensions and cross-probes

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      Partial autonomy
      Automated execution and analysis of machine tool inspection
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  • Image of m&h RWP20.50-TP Temperature Probe in use on a component
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    The m&h RWP20.50-TP temperature probe enables part temperature measurement before and during machining to ensure quality.

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      Automated execution and analysis of machine tool inspection
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