News | October 16, 2017

Mahr To Showcase New Micromar 40 EWRi Wireless Digital Micrometer At Quality Show 2017

Mahr Inc. will feature its new digital micrometer, Micromar 40 EWRi, along with other dimensional products at this year's Quality Show, October 24-26, 2017, Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, Rosemont, IL, Booth #1208.

The new 40 EWRi micrometer is the latest addition to Mahr's family of integrated wireless products, which includes digital calipers, indicators and depth gages, and which allows users to measure faster, more easily and more reliably. Measurement data is transferred to an i-Stick on a computer without any interfering data cables, and MarCom software makes data acquisition simple: just take a measurement and transmit measuring data directly into MS Excel or via a keyboard code into any Windows program or existing SPC application. Micromar 40 EWRi is the first digital micrometer with large 10 mm digits on a high contrast digital display, making for safe fatigue-free reading of the measured values.

Also featured at Mahr's Quality booth will be its popular MarSurf® PS 10 Roughness Measuring Unit and the recently introduced MarShaft(tm) SCOPE 250 plus.

The MarSurf PS 10 from Mahr is an economical and practical roughness measuring unit for mobile use. Using a smartphone-like 4.3" TFT touch screen display, operation is fast, intuitive and user-friendly. The new generation MarSurf PS 10 design measures 31 roughness parameters, offers a convenient list of "favorite" functions in the display, and provides laboratory level performance on the shop floor.

The MarShaft SCOPE 250 plus is a recent addition to Mahr's growing family of optical shaft measurement systems. Competitively priced and designed to provide fast, accurate, fully automatic measurement of smaller shafts and turned parts directly on the shop floor, the MarShaft SCOPE 250 plus features a highly accurate matrix camera with four million pixels. The system measures parts up to 250 mm in length and 40 mm in diameter, with an accuracy that is previously unknown in this market segment. An MPE (Maximum Permissible Error) of less than 1.5 microns + L/40 when measuring diameter and an even more impressive 3 microns + L/125 when measuring length is significantly more accurate than other systems using line cameras.

A full range of other Mahr handheld gages and other dimensional metrology products will also be on display at Booth #1208.

SOURCE: Mahr Inc.