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REVO® faster calibration

Calibration on traditional CMM systems consumes a considerable amount of time that could otherwise be used for part measurement.

REVO's cumulative time savings as the calibration process is repeated regularly to comply with Quality procedures, ensures maximum availability of the CMM to measure parts.

REVO calibration on datum ballCalibration on traditional CMM systems consumes a considerable amount of time that could otherwise be used for part measurement. The unique calibration technique developed for REVO determines the actual head and probe geometry, allowing measurement in any position from a single operation, thus dramatically reducing calibration time.

If the CMM is used for multiple parts, with typically 40 head orientations requiring around two hours calibration, REVO requires a fixed 20 minutes.

This time savings accumulate as the calibration process is repeated regularly to comply with Quality procedures, ensuring maximum availability of the CMM to measure parts.

Calibration on traditional CMM systems consumes a considerable amount of time that could otherwise be used for part measurement.

REVO's cumulative time savings as the calibration process is repeated regularly to comply with Quality procedures, ensures maximum availability of the CMM to measure parts.

REVO calibration on datum ballCalibration on traditional CMM systems consumes a considerable amount of time that could otherwise be used for part measurement. The unique calibration technique developed for REVO determines the actual head and probe geometry, allowing measurement in any position from a single operation, thus dramatically reducing calibration time.

If the CMM is used for multiple parts, with typically 40 head orientations requiring around two hours calibration, REVO requires a fixed 20 minutes.

This time savings accumulate as the calibration process is repeated regularly to comply with Quality procedures, ensuring maximum availability of the CMM to measure parts.