ELECTRONICS

All of the latest personal electronic devices are requiring smaller and smaller parts. Reliably measuring them can be a challenge.  Werth’s Measuring Machines employ the widest variety of sensors.  From our reliable optical based Image Processing System, to our unique touch sensor, the FiberProbe, to our broad range of laser based sensors, and finally to our x-ray based computed tomography machine, the TomoScope, Werth has the system to meet your measurement needs.

Consistent quality assurance and acceptance tests to VDI/VDE 2617 and/or ISO 10360 are guarantees of the reliability, accuracy and commensurability of the equipment.

By active participation in standardization committees, we support product specifications and quality standards which promote competition.  The Werth DKD Laboratory (accredited in accordance with DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025) conducts acceptance tests on various optical, optical/tactile and tactile coordinate measuring machines in compliance with the guidelines set forth in the ISO 10360 and VDI 2617 CMM Performance Standards.

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.

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Experience the Werth HD Raster Scanning for ultra-fast measurements on parts with high feature density.