In the aerospace industry, in vehicle and mechanical engineering as well as in many other fields, coordinate measuring machines with a large measuring range are required so that there is no need to compromise when it comes to precision.This is why ZEISS offers a wide range of tabletop, bridge-type and gantry coordinate measuring machines in various sizes. Select the appropriate optical or contact sensors. Together with ZEISS CALYPSO metrology software, you have a future-proof combination tailored to your needs.
The platform design of the ZEISS ACCURA allows you to configure the measuring machine to meet your needs. If your equipment, sensor and software requirements grow, the ZEISS ACCURA adapts.
Sizes up to: x 2000 mm | y 4200 mm | z 1500 mm
Length measurement error [μm]: From 1.2 + L/350 μm
With a measuring range of up to 14.8 m³, the ZEISS MMZ T offers the largest measuring range from amongst the table bridge-type measuring machines. For example: it enables the highly precise measurement of large gears directly on the shop floor.
Sizes up to x 2100 mm | y 4400 mm | z 1600 mm
Length measurement error [μm]: From 2.4 + L/400 μm
ZEISS MMZ E gantry measuring machines are ideal for inspecting workpieces which are transported via floor conveyors because these measuring machines offer open access from all four sides. Crane loading can also be easily performed.
Sizes up to: x 2500 mm | y 6000 mm | z 1800 mm Custom lengths possible
Length measurement error [μm]: From 3.3 + L/230 μm
Precise measurements at favorable acquisition costs – this was the goal when developing the ZEISS MMZ M. The machine is ideal for checking complex workpieces, especially those with tight tolerances.
Sizes up to: x 3000 mm | y 6000 mm | z 2000 mm
Length measurement error [μm]: From 2.2 + L/400 μm
Large bridge-type machines in the ZEISS MMZ G line meet the highest demands: they feature the largest measuring range of all measuring machines offered by ZEISS and offer you unparalleled accuracy.
Sizes up to: x 6000 mm | y 11000 mm | z 3500 mm
Linear measuring error [μm]: From 2.2 + L/400 μm