Fixturlaser’s laser based geometry system is characterized by its user friendliness. An animated display screen combined with color coded values and icons result in a graphical user interface which is unequalled. With live values, it will guide you throughout the geometry measurement and adjustment process.[sic Fixturlaser]
Straightness with the Clock Method
Straightness with the clock method is used to determine the center position of full bores, horizontally or vertically. The laser beam is set roughly to the center line and each bore center is measured by rotating the receiver 180 degrees in each bore. Typical applications are bore measurements of bearing journals in diesel engines, compressors or gear boxes.
Straightness with the Arc Angle method
Straightness with the Arc Angle method is used to determine the center position of full or half bores, with a horizontal center line. The laser beam is set roughly to the center line and each bore center is
measured by rotating the receiver in three or up to nine positions in each bore. Typical applications are straightness measurements in bearing journals for e.g. compressors, turbines or machinery with
split casings. [sic Fixturlaser]
The Fixturlaser NXA Geometry package shares many of the advanced technology components and functions with the much appreciated Fixturlaser NXA laser alignment system.