Optical Shaft Measuring equipment Opticline measuring Instruments systems equipment JENOPTIK

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Product Overviews

The contour of the work-piece can be scan by high accuracy optical system form top to bottom, the hole work-piece can be measured fast and high accurate.


For the dynamic measurement for work-piece, when we measure the work-piece the center will rotate and the system will record the data of the contour. The cycle of measurement can be controlled by the program, we can merge every single measurement parameter into one program.


The Opticline measuring systems have been specifically designed for use in tough production environments. They are extremely robust and impervious to external influences. They also offer integrated self-monitoring, ensuring maximum system availability.

Our optical systems allow the following measurements of your workpieces:

  • Dimensional measurements (lengths and diameters, radii and angles)

  • Thread measurements (dimensions, form)

  • Form measurements (straightness, roundness, cylindricity)

  • Profile form (free forms, tolerance range, cam form)

  • Position measurement (radial run-out and axial runout, straightness, symmetry and parallelism, concentricity and coaxiality)

The Opticline systems probe your workpieces in a fully automatic optical and therefore non-contact process and analyze the contours of complex workpieces in extremely short times. Thanks to their use in the actual production process, they not only minimize operator routes, but also reduce costs, waste, and sources of error. This saves you costs, time, and resources.

Our measurement andevaluation software helps you to complete your measuring tasks– from the creation of the test plan to complicated measurement runs. It is easy to understand and intuitive to use. It can quickly be adjusted to the defined work processes, and clearly maps even complex test characteristics.


Product Description





Software & Report

 Can measure different parameters on shaft  work-piece.

For example:

2.1.1  Diameter measurement

2.1.2  Length    measurement

2.1.3 Roundness, also possible over interrupted work-piece surfaces (e.g. keyways)

2.1.4  run-out, also possible over interrupted work-piece surfaces (e.g. keyways)

2.1.5  Cylindricity

2.1.6  Bevel angle

2.1.7   Arc radius

2.1.8  Angle position based on rotation

          2.1.9  Diameter based on rotational features

         2.1.10  Setting off calculation/combination of different test features

2.1.11  Thread measurement (outside-, core diameter, pitch, pitch diameter, profile angle)

for metric standard and fine threads (DIN 13, as from M4) as well as UN-threads


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