The fionec RMP surface roughness measuring station is based on a high-precision fiber-optic measuring system for a standards-compliant evaluation of roughness parameters. Whether installed as a stand-alone system or integrated into existing manufacturing processes, the RMP is perfectly adapted to quickly and contactlessly inspecting rotationally symmetrical precision components.
Its unique miniaturized probes with diameters starting from 50 µm can reach even the smallest cavities and micro-drilled holes (down to diameters of 0.1 mm). Automatic signal optimization means the sensor is able to achieve consistent measurement values for heterogeneous, technical surfaces, too.
Measuring flat surfaces and rotationally symmetrical components
(bearing seats, valves and valve seats, high-precision components for the automotive industry and its suppliers)
Measurements in hard-to-access spaces and cavities
Controlling quality, process operation and functionality
Evaluation and optimization of product properties
(for instance of components with tribological or safety-critical functions)
Control of tool wear and tear
DIN EN ISO-compliant evaluation with RMPControl
RMPControl: intuitive software with numerous configuration options for setting up pre-defined or custom roughness parameters, filters and measuring procedures
Creation of professional measurement and inspection reports in PDF format
Surface roughness values
Surface roughness parameters according to DIN EN ISO 4287
Ra, Rk, Rt, Rq, Rz, Rp, Rsk, Rku, RSm, Rc, RPc
Rmax, Rlq, Rda, Rla, Rpmax, Rvmax
Bearing area curve and Rk parameters according to DIN EN ISO 13565
Rk, Rpk, Rvk, Rpkx, Rvkx, A1/2, Mr1/2, R1/2
Application of standards-compliant filters
according to DIN EN ISO 11562, 13565, 16610
included in standard version: manual three-axis positioning unit and a manual three-jaw chuck
optional extras: pneumatic three-jaw chuck, assembly panel for three-jaw chuck, engine-driven two-axis positioning unit (x, y), equipment table with passive or active vibration insulation system, housing
Measurement: optical or tactile
How to choose the right measuring tool
Study: Optical vs. tactile – “Comparable results”
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