Renishaw Datasheets for CMM Probes

Coordinating measuring machine (CMM) probes are transducers that convert physical measurements into electrical signals, using various measuring systems within the probe structure.
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Product Name Notes
Multi-sensor 5-axis measurement system The REVO system uses synchronised motion and 5-axis measurement technology to minimise the dynamic effects of CMM motion at ultra high measurement speeds. This is achieved...
Speed and capability – give old CMMs a new lease of life Recent advances in measurement, such as Renishaw's innovative 5-axis measurement technology, have made upgrading the capability of existing...
A compact, module-changing probe that uses strain-gauge mechanisms for higher accuracy and longer life than kinematic touch-trigger probes. The TP200 system components are: TP200 or TP200B probe body (the TP200B...
The range of PH10 PLUS heads increase throughput by giving automated CMMs the added capability of program controlled probe re-orientation. The range comprises three PH10 PLUS models, each of which...
The TP20 is a compact 5-way, or 6-way, kinematic touch-trigger probe system. The two-piece design, comprising probe body and detachable stylus module(s), connected using a highly repeatable magnetic kinematic coupling.
Unlike conventional touch-trigger measurement methods which rely on speeding up the motion of the CMM's 3 axes to measure quickly, PH20 utilises the head motion technology developed for the multi-award...