8/16/2017

Flexible Gage Software Integrates with CNC Machine Tools

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EMO 2017: Renishaw will exhibit its software for the Equator flexible gauge, which allows users to fully integrate the system with CNC machine tools, its contact scanning system for CNC machine tools, its on-machine and mobile apps which are designed to simplify the use of machine tool probing, an enhanced non-contact tool setter for machining centers, a multi-probe optical interface system, a surface finish probe for coordinate measuring machines, and software that enhances the functionality of Renishaw’s XM-60 multi-axis calibration system.

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Renishaw will exhibit its software for the Equator flexible gage, which allows users to fully integrate the system with CNC machine tools, its contact scanning system for CNC machine tools, its on-machine and mobile apps which are designed to simplify the use of machine tool probing, an enhanced non-contact tool setter for machining centers, a multi-probe optical interface system, a surface finish probe for coordinate measuring machines, and software that enhances the functionality of Renishaw’s XM-60 multi-axis calibration system. The company will also show its machining cell concept, which has the ability to monitor key process inputs and analyze data can improve manufacturing processes and facilitate increased productivity and higher accuracy.

In addition, Renishaw will have a booth in the Additive Manufacturing Zone at hall 27, stand A72, where it will demonstrate its build file preparation software, QuantAM 2017, which was designed for Renishaw’s metal AM systems, RenAM 500M and AM 400.

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