Mini IR Touch Probe Handles Micro-Machining Chores

Mini IR Touch Probe Handles Micro-Machining Chores

Capable of precise probing in tight spaces, the IRP40.50 infrared touch probe addresses the requirements of miniature machining centers. Described as the world’s smallest self-contained wireless CNC probe, the component sports a diameter of 25 mm and length of 44.2 mm without shank and stylus. With the shank and stylus included, the IRP40.50 is slightly larger than a standard USB stick. Probing force is 0.7N (XY). While the stylus threading is M2, the IRP40.50 allows probe cycles at speeds up to 2,000 mm/minute. For more details, visit https://store.hexagonmetrology.us/m-h-sub-compact-infrared-probe-40-50-kit

Hexagon Metrology Inc.
North Kingstown, RI
855-443-9638
800-343-7933
401-886-2000
http://www.hexagon.com/en/index.htm
 

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