Renishaw encoders support the latest in DUKIN’s CMM design
The co-ordinate measuring machine (CMM) has become an indispensable tool in the process control regimes of modern production lines. Whether in-line or off-line, CMMs provide the most accurate measurements of parts ranging from turbine blades to engine piston rings.
This case study explores how DUKIN designs CMMs that minimise measurement errors through robust mechanical design and position feedback. The recent expansion of the DUKIN product range to cover a variety of different accuracy and capacity requirements has been supported by Renishaw.
- Case study: Renishaw encoders support the latest in DUKIN’s CMM design [4.3MB]
- Case study: Renishaw encoders support the latest in DUKIN’s CMM design [103kB]
- DUKIN’s Victor series CMM system [610kB]
- TONiC RELM encoder system [50kB]
- Renishaw’s TONiC RTLC optical encoder system [650kB]
- RVP vision probe for REVO-2 [829kB]
- DUKIN’s Technical Manager, Mr Tae Young Ku [532kB]