Press releases of Micro-Epsilon

On 28 October 2010, Micro-Epsilon was proud to present a local workshop for the company’s robot-based system reflectCONTROL. This newly developed measurement technology monitors paint defects on car bodies following paint line processing. Forty well-known guests throughout the world registered for the presentation of the new system.

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The new optoNCDT ILR 1030 complements Micro-Epsilon's existing range of economical, low cost distance measurement sensors. The new sensor offers a measuring range between 0.2m and 8m on diffuse reflective surfaces, even as high as 50m when using a reflector plate.

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Micro-Epsilon has developed the new optoNCDT 1402SC sensor series, which is ideal for demanding environments such as the food and process manufacturing. With a stainless steel enclosure that provides class IP69K protection, the sensor is resistant...

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Micro-Epsilon has launched the "thicknessCONTROL MTS 8202", a new modular thickness measurement system in C-frame construction. Equipped with innovative calibration technology, and supporting different physical measurement methods, the system offers a unique range of measurement solutions.

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Micro-Epsilon’s new high-end laser triangulation sensor is known as the optoNCDT 2300. The new series offers a measuring rate that can be set up to 50kHz. The sensor will be offered initially as a set of 5 models with measuring ranges between 2mm and 100mm. The entire electronics is integrated in the extremely compact (80mm x 75mm) sensor.

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Just in time for the Electronica event in Munich, Micro-Epsilon has launched a new miniature infrared sensor with an integrated controller. The thermoMETER CSlaser has a two-beam laser aiming feature, which marks the actual spot size at any distance. This means that faulty measurements on small objects are avoided.

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With the idiamCONTROL measurement system from Micro-Epsilon, measuring the inner diameter of drilled holes in the housings of double worm extruders is now much easier. This instrument has been specifically designed for checking bore diameters by using non-contact capacitive displacement sensors.

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Dr.-Ing. Alexander Streicher, new product manager for confocal sensors, will be responsible for the strategic direction of this product group, while actively encouraging further development of the product range.

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The System Technology division of Micro-Epsilon has now moved into larger premises on June 15, 2010. With a floor area of 1,300m2, this provides the System Technology division with sufficient space for six large offices and a good-sized assembly area.

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Profile scanners (model scanCONTROL 2800-25) from Ortenburg-based sensor specialist Micro-Epsilon are able to generate digital 3D images of gear teeth and so can be used to measure the run-out

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Micro-Epsilon has developed a completely new manufacturing technology for eddy current sensors. Using “Embedded Coil Technology” (ECT), the sensor is housed in an inorganic

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A development project for a bore hole sensor originally conceived by Micro-Epsilon in 2009 has now resulted in a commercially available sensor product. The miniature confocal sensor with a diameter of just 3.5mm can now be used for measuring bore holes with diameters of 4.0mm or higher.

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