Infrared Tool Setter IRT35.70

IRT35.70 - quickly mounted on pre-mounted base plate!

The Infrared Tool Setter IRT35.70 for milling machines and machining centers enables variable positioning of the tool setter, to fit the task at hand. Through use of a magnetic mount, the tool setter can be placed in wide range of table positions. Our patent pending system delivers highly accurate and repeatable re-positioning of the tool setter. With wireless operation and no permanently fixed hardware, use of the IRT35.70 does not restrict or interfere with the machining area in any way. Now tool measurement and breakage detection can be done flexibly with a single instrument, including in machines operating with alternating machining stations.

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Applications


  • Determination of tool length
  • Measurement of tool radius
  • Detection of broken tools
    Benefits:
  • HDR (High Data Rate) infrared transmission excludes interference of measuring from ambient light
  • Simple, quick & repeatable manual positioning
  • Sturdy and durable protected
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HDR – HIGH DATA RATE TECHNOLOGY

    Features :
  • Different from worldwide line frequencies of 50 Hz or 60 Hz
  • Transmission frequency of 75 Hz
  • Extremely high data rate of 9600 light pulses/sec
  • Large transmit and receive angle with min. 120°- all around 360°

    Benefits:
  • No interference from ambient light
  • Safest infrared transmission
  • Ensures process-reliable automation

FAST REPLACEMENT ON PRE-ASSEMBLED BASE

    Features :
  • No-tools positioning with magnetic mount supported on 3 point
  • Quick mounting on optional base plate, or directly on the machine table
  • Highly repeatable mounting system

    Benefits:
  • Can be shared between machines
  • Fast and automatic remounting
  • No Calibration required after remounting
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Unidirectional repeatability 2 Sigma ≤ 1 μm at 100 mm/min
Sensing directions ± X, ±Y, -Z
Max. stylus deflection X/Y ±12,5°; Z –5 mm
Trigger force XY = 2 N, Z = 8 N
Power supply Battery type CR2 or ½AA
Protection class IP68: EN60529 (10 m)
Temperature range 10 °C – 50 °C
Material Stainless steel
Weight without base plate approx. 750 g
Smallest tool for length measurement at probing speed 100 mm/min Ø 0.5 mm
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    Compact design
  • Wireless, Removable, No lost machining area
  • Large 37 mm Stylus prevents measurement errors
  • Suitable for milling machines and machining centers
    Simple, quick & repeatable manual positioning
  • No-tools positioning with magnetic mount supported on 3 point
  • Quick mounting on optional base plate, or directly on the machine table
  • Can be shared between machines
    Operational and process reliability
  • Highly repeatable mounting system
  • True-zero stability ensuring precise measurement with only single probings
  • Maximum accuracy
  • Large transmitting and receiving angles provide reliable signaling over a large working area
  • Can measure tools as small as 0.5 mm
  • HDR (High Data Rate) Infrared system prevents interference from ambient light
  • Separate, distinct signals for activation and deactivation
    Sturdy and durable protected
  • Stainless steel housing
  • Infrared diodes enclosed by glass shield
  • Break shaft to protect the measuring mechanism
  • Reliable protection of measuring mechanism by movable chip guard shield between probe lid and sealing membranes
  • Waterproof to the IP68 standard
    Operation suitable for the workshop
  • No Calibration required after remounting
  • Quick on-demand measurement of tools, in process
  • Optical status display
  • Easy-to-change standard batteries
  • Simple stylus change
  • Machine retrofit possible at any time
  • One infrared receiver for tool setter and probe

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Case Study miTec - Limbach Oberfrohna 2013-09-02 762 KB (PDF)


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m&h Styli and Accessories Brochure 2014-08-18 2 MB (PDF)


m&h Infrared Probing Systems Brochure 2014-08-18 5 MB (PDF)


m&h Tool Setters Brochure 2013-09-05 2 MB (PDF)

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