LHF Coordinate Measuring Machine
What is the LHF Coordinate Measuring Machine?
The WENZEL LHF is a travelling bridge Coordinate Measuring Machine designed specifically for the largest and most challenging work pieces.
What does LHF do?
The WENZEL LHF provides a massive measuring envelope for inspection of large, precise workpieces. Machines up to 12 meters in length have been delivered to customers through the world, bringing the intrinsic accuracy of granite guideways to the larger end of the CMM spectrum. This makes for a versatile, stable, accurate platform for your large workpiece inspection.
What applications are suitable for the LHF?
Applications for the LHF include CMM inspection of; Maritime Powertrain, Aerospace Frames and Landing Gear. The simple addition of a high capacity rotary table makes the LHF ideal for large rotating parts as well, such as Gears and Turbine Components.
What are some other Features/Benefits of the LHF.
- Large measuring envelope allows staging multiple workpieces to maximize throughput.
- Renishaw Probing Systems let you add sensor technology as your needs change and grow.
- Powerful software tools allow you to turn your results into highly visual and dynamic reports including; rich graphical plots, CAD overlays, and SPC for process control.
- A robust combination of a high accuracy granite structure, massive coordinate measuring volume, and world class sensor technology to meet the demands of large part manufacturing.
Our philosophy when it comes a coordinate measuring machine is to eliminate as many avenues of inaccuracy as possible - before any measuring happens. Because we start with the intrinsic-accuracy of granite in each piece of metrology equipment we manufacture, your coordinate measuring machine then high accuracy built in. Starting with the most mechanically accurate structure for coordinate measuring means less error mapping to compensate for less than ideal materials. For more information about getting the best results in your coordinate measuring processes contact Andy Woodward at 248.295.4300 or email [email protected].