Easy-Laser® E920 GEO
The Easy-Laser® E920 Geometric system can be used to carry out all the most common geometric measurements including straightness, flatness, squareness, plumbness and level. Measurement is quick and precise.
Displayed resolution is 0.001 mm [0.05 mils]. The laser transmitter is our industry workhorse, the D22 with leveling table, powerful magnetic feet, and a measurement range of up to 40 m. The transmitter’s laser beam creates an absolutely straight reference line— a perfect starting point for precision measurement. The swiveling laser head creates a laser plane parallel to the measured object and can also angle the laser beam 90° to the measurement plane for squareness measurements.
The display unit has a large and clear 5.7” color screen. The measurement programs guide you step-by-step through the measuring process, which makes it very easy to use even for inexperienced users. The system provides full documentation, with direct generation of PDF reports, and database programs for PC. The detector transfers the measurement data to the display unit wirelessly via Bluetooth®, or by cable if required. Wireless data transmission means you can move around and measure more freely, without fear of any cable entanglements.
The laser transmitter can be attached to the measurement object using the mounting magnets, or by mounting it on a heavy duty tripod (accessory) off to one side. A pin is also provided to secure the laser transmitter to a machine spindle, to check straightness and spindle alignment for example.
Easy-Laser® E920 is a complete system in itself, with laser transmitter, detector and display unit. But it is also an excellent starting point for creating a measurement system that suits your specific needs and requirements, because all the measurement programs are included as standard! Simply add extra laser transmitters, measuring units and brackets as needed from the wide array of Easy-Laser® accessories at any time.
E920 GEOMETRIC MEASUREMENT TRAINING SYLLABUS
- Importance of measuring flatness and level to improve safety, reliability, and production
- Introduction to geometric measurements
- Prepping for measurements
- Laser setup
- Measuring flatness with laser on the corner
- Measuring flatness with laser in the center
- Measuring levelness and straightness
- Evaluate results