ROUGHNESS MEASUREMENT

ROUGHNESS MEASUREMENT

Product Highlights

CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY FOR MAXIMUM PRECISION

  • Fully automatic roughness measurement now possible from module 0.9
  • High-precision sensing and evaluation of superfine structures on surface-ground gearings

All precision measuring centers in the P-series can be equipped with a high-precision roughness measurement device. This roughness measurement can be integrated fully automatically into both the gearing measurement and the coordinate measurement, allowing all measurements to be conducted in one clamping.

  • Fully automatic roughness measurement of gearings from as small as module 0.9 mm, as well as shafts and plane surfaces
  • Evaluation of roughness parameters according to DIN EN ISO 4287 (Ra, Rz, Rt, Rmax)
  • Evaluation of contact ratio parameters according to DIN EN ISO 13565-2 (Rk, Rpk, Rvk, MR1, MR2)
  • Skid sensing system for effective separation of the usable signal from ambient influences
  • Integrated motorized swivel device for automatic alignment of the diamond needle with a diamond tip radius of 2 µm or 5 µm
  • Optimal scanning conditions with measuring runs similar to gear measurement
  • Comprehensive collision protection
  • Optimized design to protect the diamond needle
  • Extremely high resolution of 7 nm
  • Robust, reproducible measuring results even on extremely smooth (e.g., surface-ground) surfaces
  • Easy handling through integration into the normal measuring process
  • Precise measurement, even in the shop-floor environment
  • Fully automatic procedure for probe change (option)

KLINGELNBERG Precision Measuring Technology for Mid-Sized Gears

Due to the worldwide expansion of wind energy production, the demand for large components is experiencing tremendous growth in the gear sector. A logical consequence of this is the targeted introduction of high-volume processes in large-gear manufacturing. The Klingelnberg Precision Measuring Center P 152, designed for gears with a maximum outside diameter up to 1,520 mm and weighing up to 8,000 kg, offers an innovative solution here.

The newest member of the P-series family is capable of measuring components with a maximum outside diameter of 1,520 mm and workpiece weights up to 8,000 kg with the usual precision, making use of principles applied in large-scale and mass production. This extremely flexible machine requires no foundation and can be placed on an integrated vibration isolation platform if required. All in all, the Klingelnberg Precision Measuring Centers offer every possibility for flexible, accurate, and fast measurements. For more information, please visit: Klingelnberg Precision Measuring Center.

NOVELTY FOR MEASUREMENT FROM MODULE 0.9

Roughness Measurement

With the new miniature roughness probe, even gearings as small as module 0.9 can be measured fully automatically. This is possible thanks to a specially developed design that ensures contact with the largest possible portion of the gearing surface.

CUSTOM SOLUTIONS FOR BEVEL GEARS

Roughness Measurement

Alongside the straight standard design for pinions, an angled probe is available for bevel gear measurement.

VERSATILE APPLICATION

Roughness Measurement

All roughness parameters can be scanned quickly and easily on shafts as well as on the bearing surfaces of gearings.

PROVEN PROBE SYSTEMS FOR CYLINDRICAL GEARS

Roughness Measurement

Roughness measurement on Klingelnberg P machines is proven on several hundred machines over the last years. With the precise CNC-controlled measuring runs reproducibilities of 0.01 µm are achieved.

AUTOMATIC CHANGE, INCL. PLUG CONNECTOR

Roughness Measurement

In connection with the probe change magazine, not only is the roughness probe automatically changed, the plug connector for the sensor system is also inserted fully automatically.

CLEAR, DESCRIPTIVE PRESENTATION

Roughness Measurement

The roughness measurement curves and parameters for roughness and contact ratio are clearly displayed on the screen and in the measurement report – in the same way as evaluation of  the gear geometry.

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