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Linear Axes – 3

Various sensors can then be selected from the palette of multisensor coordinate measuring machines and used with this interface.  Figure shows such a tilting joint with an image processing measurement head. This measurement head can optionally be equipped with a […]

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Linear Axes – 2

To hold the magnification constant when changing the distance between the source and sensor, the rotary axis must be shifted accordingly in the direction of the sensor. The increased cone angle can cause measurement errors in the lower and upper […]

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Linear Axes – 1

If a measuring machine is not designed specifically for a dedicated application, but is intended to have flexibility, linear axes are needed in addition to the rotary axis. They serve to adjust the magnification to position the work piece and […]

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X-Ray Sensor – 4

The image scale between the object plane and the sensor (usually, but not entirely accurately, referred to as the magnification) is in principle greater for large sensors with large pixels, because a greater distance is needed to form an image […]

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X-Ray Sensor – 3

The scintillator converts the X-rays that strike the sensor into light. The high-energy photons of the X-rays excite particles of the scintillator material as they pass through it. These particles then emit light in the visible frequency spectrum. This makes […]

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