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Mahr Federal Displays MarSurfR XR 1 at MD&M West
January 16, 2013
Mahr Federal will be featuring the MarSurfR XR 1, an economical, mobile, PC based surface measuring system, at MD&M WEST, February 12-14, 2013, at the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA, Booth #2885. With the MarSurfR XR 1 surface measuring system, Mahr has bridged the gap between portable surface measuring devices and larger, full-featured, PC-based surface measurement and evaluation systems. The MarSurf XR 1 combines the skidded and skidless drive units of Mahr's portable M-Series instruments, with its MarWin evaluation software. The new XR 1 provides an affordable entry into the world of modern, PC-based measurement and evaluation systems, including compliance with all International Standards, diverse evaluation methods, extensive documentation, large storage capacity, data export and import, as well as networking and other benefits.
The MarSurf XR 1 is suitable for use either in the measurement lab or on the shop floor, and provides over 80 parameters for R, P, W profiles according to current DIN, ISO, JIS, ASME and MOTIF Standards. The system can utilize both the MarSurf RD 18 drive unit with skidded probe and the MarSurf SD 26 drive unit with skidless probe, and virtually any number of drive units can be connected to the evaluation unit via Bluetooth or cable. Measuring units can be used alone in different orientations, in combination with various accessories, or mounted on measuring stands. Measurements can be initiated either by touch screen on a PC or manually on the drive units.
Mahr Federal will also feature their line of Dimensionair air gaging products for orthopedic and other non-contact applications. Air gaging is a proven, highly precise and accurate way of measuring bores and tapers often found in orthopedic implants. It is quick and easy to use, requiring little skill on the part of the operator, and is highly adaptable to measuring special features for both dimensional and geometric tolerances.