Parts Profiling Machine instantly reports accurate measurements.

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Using edge detection and geometric recognition algorithms for automatic, real-time measurement, CoreX2 has 3.40 x 2.80 in. Field of View that accommodates parts up to 3 3/8 in. long x 2 ¾ in. dia. Accuracy is ±0.0002 in., and measurements are taken at rate of 6 times/sec in working with shadow (profile view) of part. As soon as user places part into OASIS, every measurement on part is instantly compared to dimensional tolerances. System then reports pass, warn, or fail status.



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George Products Company, Inc. of Middletown, DE announces the CoreX2. Bigger IS Better!



Middletown, DE: George Products Company, Inc., Middletown, DE (www.georgeproducts.com) has announced the addition of the CoreX2 to their product line.

The CoreX2 has a Field of View of 3.40" x 2.80" allowing users to measure parts up to 3 3/8" in length and up to 2 ¾" in diameter to an accuracy of +/- 0.0002". Working with a shadow (profile view) of the part, measurements are taken at a rate of 6 times per second. Just as fast as a user can place a part into the OASIS, every measurement on the part is instantly compared to dimensional tolerances and reports, pass, warn or fail. Using OASIS-Link capabilities in the OASIS software, parts of up to 6 ½" in length can be measured and reported.

"The exciting thing about the CoreX2 is that it provides the same speed and ease-of-use that our other machines offer and nearly doubles the Field of View so that manufacturers of larger parts can now use OASIS in their shops", said Jeff Palmer of George Products. "Customers asked for a larger machine and now we're pleased to be able to offer it. Bigger truly is better."

Like other OASIS Inspection Systems, The CoreX2 uses sophisticated edge detection and geometric recognition algorithms to automatically measure in real-time on the shop floor, making it faster, and more accurate than conventional methods. No matter how many dimensions are on the part, this machine inspects them all in a fraction of a second.

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