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News & Updates
New Feature! Reports with Photos & Signature
Now you can directly insert photos and a signature into Stealth alignment reports.

Correcting Soft Foot

The importance of correcting soft foot errors demands effecitve laser soft foot measurement

Direct Angle Measurement
Why Stealth Technology is Better over Long Distances

Exceptionally Rugged 8" and 10" Laser Display Screens

Check out the torture tests that Stealth Laser display units were subjected to in development.

Stealth Laser Shaft Alignment Website
Hamar Laser Instruments have launched a new website dedicated to their industry leading STEALTH range of Laser Alignment Systems

FibroDRIVE+ in Australia
New FibroDRIVE+ tables with integrated control & drive allow simple implementation of programmable rotary positioning.

Fibro Rotary Motion
ISTecnik appointed national distributor of Fibro rotary motion systems

Efficient Sole Plate Levelling
Dual axis electronic levels from Digipas shorten sole plate levelling times by 50%.

New Ultra Precision Digital Machinists Level
The 2-axis DWL8500xy is suitable for precision machine levelling to 1 arcsecond in both directions.

TC-76D All New Digital Scanning Probe

The all new TC76D scanning probe from Blum provides large time savings and interesting new probing possibilities.

New Versions of S-680 Laser Shaft Aligner
New S-680BP and S-680BT laser shaft aligners from Hamar put the ultimate alignment precision in reach of more users.

New S-660 Laser System - Affordable Performance
The outstanding Hamar S-660 wireless laser shaft aligner now released in Australia.

New Precision Dual Axis Levels
A new range of 2-axis precision digital electronic machinists levels provides high levelling accuracy and simplicity.

Laser Pump Alignment
Hamar S-670 sets new standards in pump alignment efficiency and ease of use.

CNC Machine Calibration
Fast and affordable CNC machine axis calibration with LICS-100A

Used Laser Shaft Aligner Sale
One used S-680 Laser Shaft Aligner on sale now

Laser Precision Machine Levelling
The Hamar L740 series scanning laser levels provide ideal levelling solution for all machine tools.

Lasers Vastly Improve Pulley Alignments
Reflected beam laser technology provides far superior pulley and belt alignments in rapid time.

Precision Machine Tool Alignment

Hamar Multi-plane Geometrical Lasers Ideal for Aligning Large Precision Machine Tools

Soft Foot in Shaft Alignment
It is impossible to properly align a machine with a soft foot, but as many types of Soft Foot condition exist it is important to understand the possible causes.

ISTecnik Precision Laser Metrology
Portable Optical CMM for Extreme Applications

The precise measurement of a sprocket gear on a dam wall 8 metres above water level demonstrated the incredible portability of the Actiris350 portable CMM in action, available from IS Tecnik.

Successfully undertaken by ATM-3D, this metrology was necessary to measure the wear on a critical chain drive sprocket working the dams flood gates, without undertaking the major logistical task of disassembling the system.

Apart from highlighting the Actiris350 system's brilliant portability, the job was also made feasible by the unique capability of the Actiris optical system to precisely monitor the position of multiple targets in real time, thus effectively measuring both the component position as well as the points probed during each measurement, to allow an instantaneous determination of their actual spatial relationship.

The job setup had the portable CMM system's twin-camera sensor eyes fixed to a long mobile boom pole, suspended down from the top of the dam.

At the same time an operator was able to absail safely down to the sprocket gear position carrying the lightweight and connection free handheld measurement probe, fitted with a standard 6mm ruby stylus.

By placing three simple magnetic reflectors on the sprocket, the component datum was able to be dynamically tracked throughout the measurement session, so that the movement of the system suspended in space and of the operator's probe did not affect the accuracy of the measurements.

According to David L'Homme, manager of ATM-3D, "measurements are carried out without loss of accuracy even if the sensor is moving in front of the part".

The acquisition of surface curves and geometric features was necessary to reconstruct the sprocket, creating an IGES format CAD file from the measurement data so that the parts worn surfaces could be compared to their nominal profile.

Surface deviations were found to range from 0.15 to 0.35mm from their nominal values.

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