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PRODUCT PREVIEWS


Air-Driven Spindles Alberti air-driven turbofl ex spindles make it possible to reach 60,000 rpm without overheating the tool. They are available as a straight or 90° tool. These spindles can be installed on the machine through a special stop block and controller unit connected to the NC. ATC spindle designs can be integrated to automated tool change systems to provide faster tool


changes and increased productivity. These are most suited for micromachining, engraving, small drilling, milling and polishing operations. Koma Precision Inc. Ph: 800-951-3152 Web site: www.komaprecision.com


Protective Enclosure for Shop-Floor CMM Tibox, a customized protec- tive enclosure for the TIGO SF shop-fl oor CMM offers enhanced protection for systems operating in extreme workshop conditions, shield- ing against dust, airborne pollutants, oil particle sus- pension and other contami- nants. The Tibox is designed specifi cally to protect the machine but preserve the accessibility afforded by the unique cantilever design of the TIGO SF CMM. The Tibox provides a complete enclosure without signifi cantly increasing the machine footprint. Transparent panels allow visual checks from every direction, while openings on three sides give users full access to the measurement volume. Integrated light- ing benefi ts operators working in dark or changeable light conditions, and a Signal Tower option offers long-distance machine status monitoring. Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Ph: 800-274-9433 Web site: www.hexagonmi.com


Power and Motor Analyzer Measuring mechanical loads typically requires load sensors that can be costly or physically inaccessible. The new Fluke 438-II Power Quality and Motor Analyzer uses innovative


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algorithms to analyze not only three-phase power quality, but also torque, effi ciency, and speed to determine system performance and detect overloaded conditions, eliminating the need for motor load sensors. The analyzer simplifi es the process of mo- tor performance diagnosis by providing analysis data for both


the electrical and mechanical characteristics of the motor while it is in operation. Using proprietary algorithms, the 438- II measures the three-phase current and voltage waveforms and compares them against rated specifi cations to calculate motor mechanical performance. Fluke Corp.


Ph: 800-443-5853 Web site: www.fl uke.com


Inspection Software The new release of Verisurf X9 includes the addition of Verisurf Solids, a complete 3D solid modeling application, enhanced scan data collection, processing and viewing, and the ability to inspect 3D printed parts using the STL model as the nominal. Other major productivity enhancements have been made to each of the modules that comprise the Verisurf solu- tion—CAD, Mea- sure, Analysis


and Reverse. New Speed Menu options for point cloud and mesh objects greatly reduce the time necessary to scan, align and inspect part data. In the improved point cloud display with shading, the fi ne details of live scans look great and appear in real time, as the data is collected. Verisurf Software Ph: 888-713-7201 Web site: www.verisurf.com


Cloud Connected Software The latest PartMaker 2016 R2 version features enhanced cloud connectivity and, for tool selection, integration with the new PartMaker Multi-Channel Editor app and a host of other


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