Whether you are making sure aircraft operate right to complete their missions or you have a spacecraft that only has one chance to do its job, Werth Measurement Machines will ensure that the components meet all of the precise, dimensional specifications.  From the FlatScope for measuring 2D parts all the way to a virtual part created by the TomoScope for measuring, Werth has the solution!

Consistent quality assurance and acceptance tests comparable to VDI/VDE 2617 and ISO 10360 guarantee the reliability andprecision of the machines.

By active participation in standardization committees, we support product specifications and quality standards which promote competition. In the ISO IEC 17025 accredited Werth DAkkS lab, the calibrations of  the coordinate measuring machines with optical, tactile, and X-ray tomography sensors are performed according to VDI 2617 and ISO 10360

The Multisensor Advantage

Modern coordinate measuring technology has an optimal sensor for virtually any measurement task. Different measurement tasks on the same workpiece can usually be handled most efficiently with a multisensor coordinate measuring machine. Learn more about the Multisensor Advantage.



Need to measure cooling holes in turbine blades? With the Werth HD Raster Scanning cycle times can be reduced radically.