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The novelties 2023

The novelties 2023

Werth Messtechnik has further improved the accuracy of its computed tomography and multi-sensor coordinate measuring systems. The new TomoScope® S Plus 240 impresses with double the measuring volume, the VideoCheck® UA with a unique specification and the new VideoCheck® S with up to three independent Z-axes for perfect integration of multi-sensor systems.

The new TomoScope® S Plus measuring systems have more than twice the measuring volume of its predecessor with almost the same size. With the unique specifications of MPE for E of (4 + L/75) µm and MPE for SD of (2.5 + L/100) µm, the series also offers what is certainly the highest accuracy in its machine class. The modular device system has been extended and the TomoScope® S can now also be equipped with large detectors, for example. In addition, new operating modes such as laminography and OnTheFly Tomography are available for the TomoScope® S series. Probably the world's first sub-microfocus source in monoblock design can be used for all Werth CT machines. Long-life components enable high-resolution measurements with high availability and low maintenance costs.

The VideoCheck® UA is probably the world's most accurate multisensor coordinate measuring machine. With such a machine, the potential of highly accurate sensors can be fully utilised. With the new accuracy-optimised design, the MPE for Euni has been reduced to (0.15 + L/2000) µm (optional). The new machines have improved decoupling from ambient vibrations, improved long-term temperature stability and improved measurement uncertainty for multi-sensor systems.


The novelties 2023

Werth TomoScope® S Plus – the evolution of measuring range and accuracy

The proven multi-ram concept for maximum flexibility when using multi-sensor systems is now also available for VideoCheck® S machines with smaller measuring ranges. The independent sensor axes enable fast measurements without time-consuming sensor changes. As the axes with the non-active sensors are located outside the measuring range, the risk of collision is minimised. The new, multi-sensor capable WRT rotary/tilt head allows fast, stepless positioning of sensors. The eccentric measuring head mount makes it possible to use rotary/tilt heads on small base units.

In WinWerth® version 9.45, ease of use has been increased once again, including standardised dialogues and more flexibility in the graphical display of measurement results. There are new "intelligent" filter options for multi-point measurements with optical sensors. In the field of computed tomography, new functions such as multi-material segmentation, helix CT and new automatic artefact correction procedures for low measurement errors are available.

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