Isara 400 features ‘mega volume’ vs ‘nano accuracy’

Mechanics Medical technology Precision-technology
Mikroniek 2009-5 by Rilpho Donker, Ivo Widdershoven and Henny Spaan 14 June 2011

In various fields of manufacturing and research, a growing demand for ultra-precise 3D measurement of large products exists. To fulfil this demand, IBS Precision Engineering is developing a new ultra-precision coordinate measuring machine (CMM) with an unprecedented ratio of measurement volume vs. measurement accuracy. This article presents the design concept, various design details and the realization of the Isara 400 CMM.


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