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FixturLaser - Professional Laser Alignment
Shafts - Bores - Surfaces

Laser Bore Alignment

Nicol & Andrew Group provides a portable Laser Bore Alignment solution using the latest Fixturlaser equipment to all UK and worldwide industries including: -

laser bore alignment

Typical applications involving Laser alignment of bores include:

Methods of Laser Bore alignment

 

 

Straightness with the Clock Method

When measuring straightness with the clock method, you set the laser beam roughly parallel to a centre line.
Two points can be used as references. The program allows for up to 99 points to be measured

 

 

laser bore positions

Express Configuration

  • Quick and easy to configure
  • Pre-defined configuration

  

laser measurement graph

Express Measurement

  • Distinct overall view of the measurement
  • Instant display of measurement object’s position
  • Color coded measurement points
  • Measurement points can be registered in any order you prefer

 

laser bore readout

Express Adjustment

  • Live values during the adjustment phase
  • The angle guide displays the accepted (green) measurement point registration area
  • Green arrows show you in which direction to adjust towards zero
  • Color coded measurement values

  

geometric bore measurement

Straightness with the Arc Angle Method

Straightness measurements with the Arc Angle method are made by setting the laser beam roughly parallel to a centre line. Two points are used as references. The program allows for up to 99 points to be measured.The sensor is placed in three to nine positions at each measurement point to find the centre of the measurement object.

 

For the Arc Angle measurements the detector is in a single-axis mode. Typical applications are half bore measurements, e.g. compressors and turbines with split casings.

The sensor is placed in three to nine positions at each measurement point to find the centre of the measurement object. For the Arc Angle measurements the detector is in a single-axis mode.

Typical applications are half bore measurements, e.g. compressors and turbines with split casings.

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