Overview

Straightness is a tolerance that controls the form of a line somewhere on the surface or the feature. Incremental straightness looks at lobing the linear data occurring in a specified interval over the distance of a scan.

Adcole Advanced Straightness Software extends the ability to use a sliding window of a specified length to determine the largest peakto- valley error and the location in the scan data that it occurred.

Download the Advanced Straightness Software Data Sheet 

Industries
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Heavy Diesel Equipment
  • Industrial
  • Locomotive Engine & Rail
  • Marine
  • Power Generation
  • Pumps
  • Robotics
  • Small Engine & Appliances
  • Transportation/Trucking
Compatible Gages
  • 1100
  • 1100-GX
  • 1200-DH
  • 1200-LX
  • 1200-SH
Adcole Components
Components It Measures
  • Camshafts
  • Crankshafts
  • Heavy Diesel Crankshafts & Camshafts
  • Sliding Camshaft
Features Measured
Features It Measures
  • Bearing Journal
  • Crankgear
  • Crankpin Journal
  • Crank Pump
  • Camshaft Journal
  • Camshaft Lobe
  • Face Perpendicularity
  • Face Runout/Total Runout
  • Journal Undercut Depth
  • Journal Undercut Radius
  • Post Slope
  • Timing Flat
  • Timing Notch
  • Timing Pin
  • Trigger Wheel Angles
Adcole Parameters
Parameters It Measures
  • Individual Lobes
    • Percent Difference
    • Measure Amplitude
    • Measure UPR
    • Tolerance
    • Start Angle
  • Maximum of All Lobes
    • Percent Difference
    • Measure Amplitude
    • Measure UPR
    • Tolerance
    • Start Angle
  • Maximum of Average Lobe Chatter
    • Percent Difference
    • Measure Amplitude
    • Measure UPR
    • Tolerance
    • Start Angle
Gage Programming Software
Features & Benefits
  • Provides sliding window technology to analyze a section of a specified length to obtain focused data about a specific area of a camshaft or crankshaft
  • Offers manufacturers the ability to define a window, or a segment, of a part and obtain data about the window in inch or millimeter-spaced sections
  • Enables engineers to detect maximum peak-to-peak error over a small, specified segment of a part
  • Affords complex crankshaft manufacturers the ability to use a sequence of sliding windows to find the maximum peak-to-peak error over small segments
  • Provides an accurate source of information for determining the source of manufacturing issues
  • Allows manufacturers to determine if their process is experiencing a grinding wheel breakdown, tooling issues, or other complications associated with the machines or tooling being used to make parts
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