Absolute Arm: Productivity

Effortless Productivity Through Advanced 3D Measurement

The Absolute Arm is a master of productivity improvement. From the elimination of warmup and encoder referencing on setup and repositioning, to swapping between probes and scanners with no need for recalibration, this is a portable measuring arm that allows the user to just get on with measurement.

With the full-speed, full-accuracy measurement delivered by the RS5 Laser Scanner and its wide scan line, 3D scanning and digitisation happens quickly and with no need to downgrade your expectations. Full integration with leading metrology software packages is of course a given, and this extends to the new on-wrist display screen, that allows the user to select settings and profiles at the point of measurement.

This comes alongside other user feedback cues, haptic, visual and acoustic, that keep the user fully aware and in control of the measurement process with no need to keep returning to the computer screen – you can just keep measuring and make your work time more productive than ever before.

When it comes to driving measurement productivity for small-to-medium sized applications without compromising on portability, there is simply no other choice than the Absolute Arm – and that’s by design.
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