WENZEL stands for highest quality standards & reliability - The useful life of our machines is often over 20 years!
metrology has been our profession since 1968 and we have developed it to absolute perfection over the years.
We see ourselves as a provider of customised solutions for delivery times of series products. The binding nature of our promises is always our top priority.
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Coordinate measuring machines can be equipped with tactile and optical sensors. Which sensor is the right choice depends on many points, e.g. what is the measuring task, which surface is to be measured, the measuring speed and much more. In the past, measurements were mostly carried out in measuring rooms, but for some time now it has been apparent that this is increasingly being shifted towards production, e.g. IN-line or AT-line, in order to ensure the quality of the products during series production.
The optical metrology enables the user to perform completely new measuring tasks without contact and with the desired accuracy in a reasonable time, whether these are vehicle seats or medical implants. As a next step, WENZEL sees the integration of optical sensors to measure roughness on a coordinate measuring machine. This makes a CMM a true multi-sensor device. At this point in time, optical sensors can already be mounted on many measuring devices.
Implants & prostheses are used in many parts of the human body. Their properties push conventional measurement systems to their limits. WENZEL therefore relies on specialized solutions that are perfectly adapted to the properties of the components.