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Paragon’s CNC machine shop has recently purchased an advanced Axiom Too Coordinate Measuring Machine from Aberlink Innovative Metrology.

Available in manual and CNC variants, the Axiom Too CMM offers high measuring accuracies through the use of the latest metrology techniques and advanced in-house manufacturing methods.

It features an all-aluminium bridge resulting in a very low thermal mass, rendering the machine suitable for use in controlled environments or within less-than-perfect shop-floor conditions.

The machine’s reduced inertia results in high-speed operation.

For increased accuracy, air bearings of optimised stiffness are employed on all axes, while a granite Y Beam allows preloading of bridge bearings in both directions.

Borrowed from the aerospace industry, the CMM’s sturdy component support consists of an advanced granite/aluminium honeycomb construction; this technology provides natural damping and further improves the machine’s thermal properties.

Despite the Axiom Too’s measuring volume of 640 x 600 x 500 or 640 x 900 x 500, the machine’s compact design occupies a relatively small footprint.

When used by the novice or an experienced CMM operator, the Axiom Too utilises Aberlink’s intuitive 3D software, ensuring greater user productivity and profitability.

A by-product of any Aberlink CMM inspection routine is that a simultaneous picture of the measured component is created on the computer screen.

Dimensions between the measured features, mirroring those that appear on the component drawing, are then picked off as required.

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