Solution for measuring D800

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    Hello

    We’ve got an old turning machine and we often have to turn fits in an interval of about D800 inside and outside. Now we’re searching for a quick and exact solution to measure these diameters. Doesn't matter whether it’s laser or touch system.
    Does anyone have any suggestions?

    Thanks!



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    At what length do you have to measure inside and outside? What fits do you make?



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    • measuring length about 10-400
    • outside and inside
    • fits like H7
    • cylindrical fits



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    A Faro Arm could also be ok.



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    I used to mill such diameters and to measure them then with a subido.
    My colleague said we should make a cylindrical limit gauge.

    And then use it with a crane.

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    Hello

    I also would measure with Subito and final-dimension-holder. And then with a measuring machine (if you have one) as collateral.
    You should pay attention to temperature of the workpiece and of the measuring device.



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