Legacy component setting and inspection probes

Renishaw probe systems provide an innovative solution to improve the efficiency of your machine tools.

Touch probes on CNC machining centres and lathes can be used to identify and set-up parts, measure features in-cycle for adaptive machining, and verify finished component dimensions.

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Legacy inspection probes

CP1

MP1

MP11

MP3

OMP40

RMP60

Benefits of component set-up

Probing eliminates the need for expensive fixtures and manual setting with dial indicators. Probes are spindle-mounted on machining centres and turret-mounted on turning centres, giving the following benefits:

  • Reduced machine downtime
  • Automatic fixture, job alignment and rotary axis set-up
  • Elimination of manual setting errors
  • Reduced scrap
  • Increased productivity and batch size flexibility

Benefits of on-machine component inspection

Spindle and turret-mounted probes can also be used for in-cycle gauging and first-off inspection. Manual gauging relies on operator skill or the removal of parts to a CMM, which is not always practical. Benefits of inspection probing include:

  • In-cycle part measurement with automatic offset correction
  • Increased confidence in unmanned machining
  • Adaptive machining, providing process feedback to minimise variation
  • First-off inspection with automatic offset update
  • Reduced machine downtime awaiting first-off inspection results

Next steps

Contact us online if you require more information or you have a pricing query, or alternatively you may like to speak directly to your local Renishaw office.