This structured light 3D scanner is the ideal choice for making a quick, textured and accurate 3D model of medium sized objects such as a human bust, an alloy wheel, or a motorcycle exhaust system. It scans quickly, capturing precise measurements in high resolution, which allows for almost unlimited applications, without the use of additional equipment.
An enhanced precision instrument for CAD users and engineers, Artec Space Spider is a high-resolution 3D scanner based on blue light technology. It is perfect for capturing small objects or intricate details of large industrial objects in high resolution, with steadfast accuracy and brilliant color.
LT1440, 4 HP VFD Spindle 2" Spindle Bore, Heavy Cast Base, 40" Centers
The LT1440 small shop CNC big bore lathe is beefy, with a heavy cast base and heavier machine castings. The LT1440 also has a 2” spindle bore for handling larger diameter stock and workpieces. The LT1440 is fully enclosed to assure safe operation and to keep chips and coolant contained.
Comes standard with a 6" 3-Jaw chuck, 4-turret toolpost, and manual tailstock. With 40” between centers and 14” swing, the LT1440 offers a large work envelope. The X axis has 6.7 inches of travel.
The CM-15 is the perfect tool for education and secondary operations. Featuring an advanced CNC control from Siemens the CM-15 allows training programs based on one of the world’s bestselling CNC. Built on a solid cast iron platform and using high precision ballscrews, spindle and ATC, the CM-15 can hold the demanding tolerances that industry requires. Programing is accomplished with industry standard G code or Siemens advanced ‘Shop Mill’ programing. Equipped with an impressive list of standard features the CM-15 is by far the best EDU and 2nd Op milling machine available today.
The dynamometer consists of four three-component force sensors fitted under high preload between a baseplate and a top plate. Each sensor contains three pairs of quartz plates, one sensitive to pressure in the z direction and the other two responding to shear in the x and y directions respectively. The force components are measured practically without displacement. The outputs of the four built-in force sensors are connected inside the dynamometer in a way to allow multicomponent measurements of forces and moments to be performed.
The Sonometer determines changes in resonant frequency of concrete specimens subjected to alternate cycles of freezing and thawing with the Freeze-Thaw Cabinet. It closely follows design parameters set by the Portland Cement Association. The apparatus consists of a driver and pickup circuit. Electrical power is converted by the driver into mechanical vibrations which are imparted to the specimen under test. The amplitude and frequency of vibrations are controllable having respective ranges of 0 to 30 watts power and 400 to 12,000 cycles per second frequency with an accuracy of better th
To bend metal, Press Brake machines normally use a wedge shaped upper die that force the metal down into the V shaped lower die to bend metal to conform with the tooling.
A Back Gauge can position the metal exactly where you want it, and the Ram Depth Control is used to stop the upper die at the correct depth down into the lower die to form the angle desired. Sophisticated tooling can be used to form several bends simultaneously. The size of machine required is normally determined by the thickness of the metal and width of the bottom V-die used.