Our PREMION|M is a multi-sensor shaft measuring device on which your measuring characteristics on rotationally symmetrical workpieces can be measured and documented. The PREMION|M is the manually operated version within the PREMION series and enables you to replace a large number of several classic hand-held measuring instruments in your manufacture. Due to the modular structure and the large selection of equipment the shaft measuring device PREMION|M may customised exactly for your needs.
The shaft measuring device PREMION|M allows all measurements on rotationally symmetrical workpieces directly in your manufacture. The advantages are self-evident: the combination of optical and tactile measurements brings you a considerable profit of time in shaft measurement technology and thus a big cost advantage for your company!
The construction of this shaft measuring device is based on a stable granite structure on which the high-precision guides with the sliding-carriages are mounted. On this slide the different measuring modules can be set up individually. The workpieces are set with interchangeable tips between the tailstock and the headstock.
The workpiece is clamped by the system’s operator between points of the shaft measuring system and the features to be measured can now be accomodated. Various measurement functions can be selected via the touch screen on the shaft measurement device and the results are displayed on the screen. The device allows μ-accurate measurement of your rotational-symmetric workpieces. More advantages of the PREMION|M are the simple calibration and the tool-free change of workpieces.
High flexibility due to modular design and a large selection of equipment
Simple calibration of measuring modules on DAkkS certified centering-tips
Data output to external systems
Lengths: 400 mm, 800 mm, 1,200 mm
Diameter: 125 mm, 160 mm, 200 mm
Weight: up to 80 kg
MK 2 riding and headstock
Manual length module for PREMION|M shaft measuring device
The manual length module for the PREMION|M shaft measuring device is flexibly movable radially and axially to the measuring object. The use of special, flexibly adjustable cross roller bearings enables precise and repeatable probing of the measuring points. The cross slide allows probing in both directions. The probing elements of this manual length measuring module can easily be exchanged. The module is calibrated at the DAkkS certified center point. When the measuring point is touched, the module produces an optical-visual signal. The measured data is then recorded by the sensor and displayed on the touch screen. When the user releases the measuring module, it is conveniently positioned back into the original position. This also prevents the abutment of the probing element due to unintentional movement of the carriage. In order to enable scanning measurement, the cross slide can optionally be equipped with an additional measuring sensor.
Measurement features: length, distance, center, axial runout, squareness, flatness.
Manual diameter module for PREMION|M shaft measuring device
The manual diameter module for the PREMION|M shaft measuring device has two independent measuring systems with opposing probing elements. These are each located on the clump and runner of the diameter module. High-precision bearings on cross roller guides and an improved spring package enable autonomous and reproducible measurement of diameters on rotationally symmetrical workpieces. Measuring according to the Abbe’s comparator principle leads to extreme accuracies of <1 μm. The calibration of the measuring module takes place at the DAkkS certified centering point.
Measurement features: diameter, roundness, concentricity, crowning, cylindricity, tip circle diameter, cone angle.
In the version with long probing elements these features can also be determined for connecting rod bearings. In addition to this the stroke radius and the stroke angle are determined, too.
Manual optics module for PREMION|M shaft measuring device
The manual optics module comes with a measuring system in the vertical axis. In the transmitted light prinzipe the matrix-camera uses telecentric lenses to detect the contours of the rotationally symmetrical workpieces. When positionined appropiately, the camera directly shows the contour of the component on screen. Furthermore a line, a circle or a crosshair automatically adapt to the contour of the component. Radii, chamfers and other contours can thus be measured quickly, autonomously and repeatable.
Measurement features: chamfer angle, radius, diameter, length, intersection line-line, intersection radius line, intersection radius radius, theoretical intersections, thread pitch