For Parallelism and Roll Alignment
The Easy-Laser® alignment systems makes measuring and aligning rolls and other objects an easy job. The alignment of the rolls can be made in live mode with instant feedback. You can add, remove and remeasure objects any time during measurement. The tolerance value can be set separately for horizontal and vertical angle. The result is displayed both graphically and digitally in a table, and a PDF report can be produced directly on-site.
Two systems are available, Easy-Laser® E970 Parallelism and Easy-Laser® E975 Roll alignment. Your selection will be determined by the jobs you mainly perform. You can always add detectors and other units from either system to cover both applications. Both systems can also be expanded with the rest of the Easy-Laser® product range, for example adding measuring units for shaft alignment.
This will give a very cost effective solution for all maintenance departments and service companies.
For traditional parallelism measurement of rolls, rails, overhead tracks, gantries, metal sheet cutters, production lines, etc. The E970 is especially suitable when many objects are to be measured and aligned and when the distances are long. With the standard components of this system you can also measure level and flatness of suction boxes and foundations.
This system is well suited when just one or two rolls are to be replaced or adjusted at the same time. The system is quick to set up on the machine and a short planned production stop or downtime can be utilized to measure a roll and maybe replace or adjust. Where more advanced methods might require that the measuring service is scheduled some time in advance and use contracted personnel, with Easy-Laser® E975 you can do the job yourself. You quite simply have better control over your machine time and increase productivity using the Easy-Laser® E975. Rolls are the most common example of objects where parallelism measurement is crucial for high machine performance.
System E975 allows you to follow the alignment not only from the separate display unit but also from the built-in OLED displays. This is preferred for some applications.