The Perfect Measure!

MEC PRECISION is a DISTRIBUTOR and INTEGRATOR of Hexagon probing system, 3D measuring software, laser tool-setter and accessories for CNC machine tools.

 
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As a technological leader in the on-machine probing and tool checking markets, m&h Inprocess Messtechnik GmbH understands the importance of software in delivering high-productivity solutions for in-process measurement. Only through applying cost-effective, easy to use, capable software, the demands of today’s manufacturing processes can be met. m&h applies its in-depth knowledge of production processes at every stage of the software development process to ensure that we deliver high quality software optimised for use on the machine tool. Whether it is to perform a quick set-up, verify a critical dimension in process, or perform complex quality analysis – m&h‘s suite of software products addresses the needs of machine operators, production and process engineers as well as quality professionals.

 

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Non-contact tool measurement allows automatic checks for tool wear or breakage. Constant production quality requires the use of reliable accurate tooling. One vital requirement is precise tool data. The data is automatically transferred to the tool table of the control. Periodic tool checks for broken tools or wear create additional production safety. The Laser Tool Setter from m&h will do this job, saving time and increasing reliability.

 

m&h production probes with their precision measuring mechanics meet all requirements needed for use on machine tools. Our advantages include the ability to withstand constant vibration, increased temperatures and contact with coolant. Despite these factors, m&h precision mechanics ensure wear-free high-precision measuring year after year.

 

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Constant production quality requires the use of reliable accurate tooling. One vital requirement is precise tool data. m&h Tool Setters for tool measurement detect tool length and tool radius directly on the machine. The data is automatically transferred to the tool table of the control. Periodic tool checks for broken tools or wear create additional production safety. The Tool Setter from m&h will do this job, saving time and increasing reliability.

 

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m&h infrared probes are touch trigger probes. When approaching a workpiece surface, the stylus deflects and a trigger signal is transmitted to the receiver by infrared light. Interference-free signal transmission between probe and receiver is absolutely vital for process-reliable measuring on machine tools. HDR (High Data Rate) technology avoids interference caused by ambient light from outside and inside the machining area. On the one hand we use the 75 Hz transmission frequency which is different from worldwide line frequencies of 50 Hz or 60 Hz, respectively. On the other hand, an extremely high data rate of 9600 light pulses/sec prevents interference from pulsing machine lamps. Adjustable transmitting power and large transmitting angles go without saying for m&h touch probes. Large receiving angles and microprocessor-controlled evaluation of receiving signals give an absolutely perfect infrared light transmission.

 

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m&h radio-wave probes are touch trigger probes. When approaching a workpiece surface, the stylus deflects and a trigger signal is transmitted to the receiver by radio wave. This receiver converts the radio waves to an electrical signal sent to the control. Interference-free signal transmission between probe and receiver is absolutely vital for process-reliable measuring on machine tools. Radio transmission is effected in the 433 MHz frequency band being internationally approved and providing particularly high penetration. 64 channels can be easily adjusted on the digital display both on the probe and the receiver. The patented SCS (Self Channel Select) technology of the microprocessor-controlled receiver responds to interference signals by continuously checking the environment. The receiver will block corrupted frequencies from further use and will suggest the best alternative frequency. Combining these two technologies ensures process-reliable radio transmission.