Solid construction with a fixed bridge guarantees very low measurement uncertainty. The machines are specified comparable to ISO 10360 for both “good” and “normal” measurement lab conditions, as well as for use without air conditioning. Temperature compensation is included as a standard feature.

As with all Werth ScopeCheck® coordinate measuring machines, the image processing sensor is part of the standard equipment of the ScopeCheck® FB. Werth image processing is specifically tailored to the requirements of dimensional metrology and provides reliable edge detection, even under the most difficult contrast conditions. Additional sensors, such as scanning touch probes, laser distance sensors, Werth Fiber Probes, or rotary/tilting axes increase the flexibility of the system and enable optimal machine configurations for various measurement tasks.

The graphical, interactive WinWerth® measurement software allows dimensions to be easily determined. This makes it possible for even untrained personnel to use the machines. Of course, optical and tactile scanning and CAD-based measurement are also fully integrated.

Based on the modular design principle, the machine can be easily upgraded for future applications