Mini IR Touch Probe Handles Micro-Machining Chores

Mini IR Touch Probe Handles Micro-Machining Chores
Hexagon Metrology Inc.
February 25, 2014

Capable of precise probing in tight spaces, the IRP40.50 infrared touch probe addresses the requirements of miniature machining centers. Described as the world’s smallest self-contained wireless CNC probe, the component sports a diameter of 25 mm and length of 44.2 mm without shank and stylus. With the shank and stylus included, the IRP40.50 is slightly larger than a standard USB stick. Probing force is 0.7N (XY). While the stylus threading is M2, the IRP40.50 allows probe cycles at speeds up to 2,000 mm/minute. For more details, visit https://store.hexagonmetrology.us/m-h-sub-compact-infrared-probe-40-50-kit

Hexagon Metrology Inc.
North Kingstown, RI


CompanyHexagon Metrology Inc.


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