The 650GMS, capable of inspecting gears as large as 650 mm in diameter, will be unveiled at the 25th Control Exhibition, May 3-6, 2011 at the Stuttgart Exhibition Center from Gleason Metrology Systems Corporation. Among the many new design features now available on the new 650GMS is the GAMA 2.0 (Gleason Automated Measurement and Analysis), Windows “object oriented” applications software suite, which offers users not only faster cycle times, but also a highly desirable menu-driven human/machine interface that greatly simplifies day-to-day operation. GAMA operating software puts a host of features right at the fingertips of the operator in a simple, highly intuitive graphical user interface (GUI). The time it takes to create new part inspection programs and conduct a complete analytical inspection of even the most complex bevel and cylindrical gears is greatly reduced.
In addition, GAMA is a true Windows NET application, making it fully compatible with the latest LAN and WAN networks, so users can easily interface inspection results with their gear design and production resources for corrective actions downstream. The 650GMS is also equipped with the Renishaw SP80H 3-D scanning probe, available with various stylus sizes, configurations and extension lengths. The digital Renishaw probe provides a high speed, high accuracy measurement capability vastly superior to 3-D analog, 1-D and 2-D probe used by other systems.