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SF 55

The SF 55 is a CNC Bridge measuring device for use in a production environment and can be equipped with both tactile and optical sensors.

Measuring in the Product Environment

The corrosion-free guides of the SF 55 machine are made of granite and hand lapped with high precision. The guide ways are completely covered and protected against contamination. The controller and PC are integrated into the machine for a minimum footprint. The space requirement is low with excellent price-performance ratio. The SF 55 has passive vibration damping and can optionally be equipped with active vibration isolation.

High traversing speeds and accelerations ensure a high measuring throughput. As an “Equator-Calibrator,” the SF 55 is the ideal measuring machine when packaged with the Equator from Renishaw, which carries out comparative test measurements on the basis of a master data set. The SF 55 can be used universally. Serial and individual prismatic and free-form workpieces can be measured with the coordinate measuring machine in a production environment, for incoming goods and for classic quality assurance.

Features of the SF 55

  • Cost-effective entry into coordinate measuring technology due to excellent price-performance ratio.
  • Flexible and universally applicable in the workshop and in production.
  • High measuring throughput with scanning measuring heads.
  • High accuracy over a wide temperature range due to the use of granite in all axes.
  • Compact design with small footprint.

Benefits of the SF 55

  • High flexibility: Bellows covers to protect against contamination. Data compatibility with other Wenzel systems and a height-adjustable operating arm.
  • High mechanical precision: granite base with a hand-lapped base plate. Air bearing guide elements in all axes.
  • Low operating costs: low air consumption and reliable and inexpensive spare parts.
  • Versatile sensor options: swappable sensor systems, 3-axis scanning and optical sensor technology.
  • Suitable for automation and integration into the line: Wenzel-Automation-Interface and good accessibility.

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