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Carl Zeiss to display 3D scanners at QMan

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Carl Zeiss  will present their new compact 3D coordinate measuring machine DuraMax on Stand 1511 during the 2008 Queensland Manufacturing Technology Exhibition (QMan) at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre from October 21-23.

According to Carl Zeiss, the DuraMax scanning measuring machine featuring the VAST XXT sensor is the ideal replacement for all types of gauges. It can be used in any size workshop or for inline process control.

The DuraMax scanning measuring machine is designed to allow CNC scanning measuring technology to be used as close to production processes as possible.

The company says that DuraMax meets the needs of users of dimensional measuring technology in many aspects, while pricing offers affordable access to Zeiss scanning technology.

Users can quickly learn to operate the machine and perform measurements. The ease of use makes it an ideal replacement tool, according to Carl Zeiss. The DuraMax permits single-point probing and scanning.

The VAST XXT sensor scans with high speed. It is known for precision measurements and provides dimensional information on the part features.

The DuraMax scanning measuring machine is said to be powerful when combined with Calypso software, the standard software for Zeiss coordinate measuring machines.

Also on show at QMan will be Carl Zeiss application-specific solutions, software, form and surface testers and microscopes.

Exhibition visitors will also be able to take an interactive expedition through the entire Zeiss metrology program.

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