Straight Line Laser
A straight line laser, also known as a line laser, produces a beam of light up to 300 feet long, which can be used to measure X-Y deviation with a resolution of 0.001” at any point. This high degree of accuracy over long distances makes straight line lasers an essential tool in many industries, including aircraft manufacture, shipbuilding and the automotive industry.
Use of straight line lasers has replaced manual measurements using wires; a process that was much more time-consuming and also much less accurate.
- The Use Of Silicon Photodiodes In Position Detection
- Use And Application Of A Laser Tracker
- Use Of A Laser To Measure Flatness
- Use Of A Laser To Measure Squareness
- Use Of Lasers In Bore Alignment
- Use Of Lasers In Roller Alignment
- Use Of Lasers In Shaft Alignment
- Use Of Lasers In Spindle Alignment
- Use Of Lasers In Steam Turbine Alignment
- Use Of Lasers In Tail Boom Alignment