Mitutoyo Announces Ko-ga-me® 3D CNC Measuring System

Mitutoyo America Corporation announces availability of the innovative, new Ko-ga-me® measurement head - designed to bring full capability to applications where a compact, high-performance, 3D CNC, 2- or 3-axis measurement system would be ideal.

The Mitutoyo Ko-ga-me® is small-sized, requiring only a minimal envelope (17.3" [440mm] x 16.1" [410mm] x 4.7' [120mm]) and weighing 17.6 lbs. (8kg). This makes Ko-ga-me® agile and easy for a customer to mount - using either an available fixed base (wherein the workpiece moves during measurement) or using a moving-axis mounting system of the customer's own design.
     
Mitutoyo Ko-ga-me® measuring systems are available for horizontal or vertical installation and can be used in stand-alone applications or integrated into work cells. Ko-ga-me® is ideal for inspection of large or small workpieces and offers a wide range of available measurement probes including touch-trigger, optical or constant contact probing.
 
The Mitutoyo Ko-ga-me® is available in 40mm, 80mm, and 120mm stroke models and offers a resolution of 0.02µm, a measuring accuracy from 1.5 x (3L/1000)µm, a maximum drive speed of 200mm/s (1 axis) and has a maximum acceleration of 0.4G (1 axis).  In addition the unit supports probes including: TP200+PH6, SP25+PH6M and QVP (QuickVision® Probe).
 
Mitutoyo Corporation is the world's largest provider of measurement and inspection solutions offering the most complete selection of machines, sensors, systems and services with a line encompassing CMMs (Coordinate Measuring Machines), vision, form and finish measuring machines as well as precision tools and instruments, and metrology data management software.

For more information, visit: www.mitutoyo.com

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