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Renishaw to showcase new RUP1 ultrasonic probe and CMM metrology software tools at EMO Milano 2021
2 August 2021
Renishaw will be showing the new RUP1 ultrasonic sensor for its REVO® 5-axis multi-sensor CMM measurement system at EMO Milano 2021. Other new products for the REVO system include the extended range of surface finish measurement probe modules for SFP2 and enhancements for the RVP non-contact vision probe.
REVO 5-axis multi-sensor CMM measurement system
The unique REVO 5-axis multi-sensor system synchronises the motion of the CMM and the measuring head's two axes to minimise the CMM's dynamic errors at ultra-high measuring speeds. The introduction of the new RUP1 ultrasonic probe extends the system's range to six interchangeable sensors. These provide tactile touch-trigger and scanning measurement; surface finish; ultrasonic thickness measurement; non-contact vision; and structured light measurement on a single CMM - all with the speed, accuracy and flexibility of a 5-axis system.
New RUP1 ultrasonic probe enables 5-axis thickness measurement with the REVO system
The RUP1 probe increases the multi-sensor capability of the REVO system by adding ultrasonic thickness inspection to the existing product range. Unlike other ultrasonic systems, the RUP1 probe does not require the use of water tanks or coupling gel to enable a good transmission of the signal. Instead, the RUP1 probe uses an innovative elastomer tip ball to provide excellent coupling between the probe and the material being measured, eliminating the need for some dedicated ultrasonic equipment, and integrating automated ultrasonic measurement into the REVO 5-axis multi-sensor system.
Ultrasonic thickness measurement delivers clear advantages over traditional tactile probing techniques for parts where access to internal features is challenging. Aircraft landing gear parts, power generation drive shafts, and hollow aerospace blades are all parts where the RUP1 probe will provide benefits.
Extended range of modules for SFP2 surface finish probe for the REVO system
Since the launch of the REVO SFP2 surface finish probe with expanded capability in 2017, Renishaw has released additional specialised modules, extending the surface finish measurement capability of the REVO system.The latest additions include the G1 and H1 modules. The G1 module, although largely similar in geometry to the A1 module, comprises a special stylus for groove measurement and has its own unique analysis package. The G1 module is used in the measurement of grooves in engine cylinder bores prior to a plasma coating process (also known as LDS). The H1 module is characterised by its large elongated radius skid (125 mm) and enables scanning with cut-off values above 0.8 mm, making it more tolerant of measuring parts that may not be perfectly clean, whilst still being compliant with international standards.
Angle change mirror (ACM) for use on the RVP vision probe
ACM is an accessory designed to enhance access for the RVP non-contact vision system. Using a precision, first surface mirror to provide a true reflection, the ACM rotates the field of view through 90° allowing vision inspection of bore surfaces and other features previously inaccessible to RVP. ACM is compatible with the VM11-2 module and mounts magnetically to a kinematic ring on VM11-2, allowing orientation at multiple positions to maximise part accessibility; 24 positions are available at 15° intervals around the VM11-2 axis.
Additional application tools for MODUS metrology software
MODUS metrology software continues to lead the way in high-performance industrial inspection, providing an optimal platform for the performance of Renishaw's REVO 5-axis multi-sensor measurement system. In addition to optimised support for the REVO system's new RUP1 ultrasonic sensor, the latest MODUS 1.12 release enhances process monitoring capability by linking directly to the Renishaw Central manufacturing data platform, making it easy for a variety of systems and processes to access Renishaw device data. The MODUS metrology software tools for programming (MODUS Planning Suite) and reporting (MODUS CHART) have also been enhanced with powerful new features.
From October 4th – 9th, visitors will be able to see the new RUP1 system, the ACM and the extended set of surface finish modules for the REVO system as well as MODUS software demonstrations on stand 14 in hall 5 at EMO Milano 2021.
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