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Discover the New TomoScope XS FOV

Finally! X-ray tomography available at the price of conventional 3D coordinate measuring machines. With the “FOV” model, Werth presents the third coordinate measuring machine with X-ray tomography from the powerful and compact TomoScope® XS family. The new model is less expensive […]

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The New MultiSensor is here

Click here to learn more about the latest Werth Innovations and Werth Measurement Technology for your Quality Products

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Events

Service Training at our Old Saybrook Office

Werth Service Engineers gather at the Old Saybrook office during the week of January 27, 2020 for a training that covers the aspects of Windows 10 upgrades on machines that currently run on Windows 7.

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Press Release

Werth Multisensor

Find out what is new in the 2019 issue of Multisensor, the annual publication of Werth Messtechnik in Germany.

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Product News

WinWerth® 9.43 – New functions for rapid measuring and editing

To make it easier to create and edit measurement se- quences, the new version of WinWerth® has a waste- basket function. The procedure is based on familiar Microsoft Windows features. Objects that are deleted during an editing session are saved […]

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Greater transparency in the voxel volume

CAD models, measurement point clouds, and volume data can be displayed one at a time or superimposed three-dimensionally in the same coordinate system with the 3D module of WinWerth® measurement software, so they can be analyzed from all sides. The […]

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Measuring Medical Luers following ISO 80369-7 Standards Automatically

Starting in 2018 all manufactures of medical luers are required to measure the luer thread dimensions following the ISO 80369-7 standard. The current manufacturing method of the inner thread uses core pins in the mold. The angular orientation of those […]

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Why use Multisensor Technology

Practical Tip-Why to Use Multisensor Technology-QZ 12.2017

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Your Guide: Measurement Uncertainty

Here is your guide to understand measurement uncertainty and tolerances. For Download Click Here    

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Press Release

Find out what is new

… discover new products and possibilities in the new MultiSensor Magazine which was just released at the 2018 Control Show in Stuttgart, Germany.  

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Press Release

With High Speed and Accuracy

Topographic Scanning with the New Chromatic Focus Line Sensor Multidimensional distance sensors enable high point densities and measuring speeds.  Often, however, this comes at a cost of increased measurement uncertainty. Learn more about the new CFL Chromatic Focus Line Sensor. […]

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Press Release

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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Product News

Just Launched – the new and compact TomoScope® XS

Big TS Technology in a Small Package – With the TomoScope® XS, TomoScope technology is now available in a new compact format. The new machine type uniquely combines many advantages of various machine classes. The transmission tube – with a […]

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Press Release

High Cycle Speeds With OnTheFly CT

One benefit of computed tomography is that the workpiece is captured completely, including undercuts and internal geometries. Historically, computed tomography has been too slow for measurements during the manufacturing process. For years, real-time reconstruction in WinWerth® in parallel with image […]

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Visual Sensors

The term “visual sensor” denotes all sensors which, similar to the human eye, pick up at least a two-dimensional image of the object being measured. The intensity distribution of this optical image is detected and evaluated by a sensor. For […]

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Sensors for Coordinate Measuring Machines

The sensors of a coordinate measuring machine are used to pick up the primary signal from the workpiece. They are designed using mechanical and, in some cases, opto-electronic and software components of varying complexity. The sensors must be selected on […]

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Bridge-Type Coordinate Measuring Machines

For higher precision requirements and larger measuring ranges, the mechanical guide way of the desktop model is replaced by systems with air bearings.  The high-precision guide ways are typically made of a natural hard stone material like granite.  All moving […]

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Coordinate Measuring Machines with X-Y Stages

The Mechanical components of this group of instruments were created as a logical further development of measuring microscopes and measuring projectors.  They primarily consist of a mechanical stage with mechanical bearings (Fig. 5a).  The Z axis also runs on mechanical […]

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Measuring Microscopes and Projectors – 2

The measuring projector combines the advantages of the measuring microscope with those of the profile projector.  On its ground screen, the image can be compared with a drawing just as quickly as with a profile projector.  Since it is equipped […]

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Measuring Microscopes and Projectors – 1

The measuring microscope is considered to be the “father” of all coordinate measuring machines. Here, a microscope and the human eye are used as a “sensor”. The operator uses a reticle integrated in the beam path to aim at the points of […]

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Machine Design and Principles of Measurement

Coordinate measuring machines are used to measure geometric features of workpieces such as size, diameter, angle, angularity and parallelism. In principle, relatively complex shape, size and position measurements are reduced to the determination and mathematical evaluation of the spatial coordinates […]

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From Profile Projector to Optical-Tactile Metrology

Up until a few years ago optical (or non-contact) dimensional metrology was dominated by measuring microscopes and projectors which had remained more or less unchanged since the development of the profile projector (below). However, the automatic measurement of geometric features […]

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Product News

Accuracy, Efficiency and Service lead to Customer Satisfaction

Werth delivers value added solutions. Isometric Micro Molding is the only micro molding company in the world with four in-house key capabilities for successful micro molding. An integral part of their setup is the Werth TomoScope – the most accurate […]

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Case Studies

Precision in Focus

For productive, efficient machining many companies use solid carbide tools that are specially matched to the production process which can reliably maintain tolerances even in the micron range. In order to be able to manufacture these tools consistently, Wolf relies […]

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