RODER offers a wide range of instruments and systems for measuring thickness both in the production line and in the metrology laboratory. The proposal ranges from commercial tools, widely available in stock, up to special systems specially made to customer specifications and integrated in the production line with the technologies of industry 4.0. Both instruments and technologies for contact measurements are available, as well as optical and LASER instruments for non-contact measurements and controls.
RODER offers a wide range of diameter meters with both contact and non-contact technology. The complete integration of measurement technologies with the production environment and with the management system allows to optimize the flow of information available for modern business management.
The use of the same diameter measurement techniques also allows the measurement of ovality. The combination of multiple diameter measuring instruments, in a biaxial, triaxial or quadriaxial configuration, allows to obtain the measurement of ovality. Dynamic laser scanning systems are also available for determining the multisection ovalization profile.
The distance measurement can be carried out with contact technologies, used above all for the measurement of small distances and small displacements, or with non-contact LASER technologies. Distance measurement with LASER technology is a reliable and consolidated technique for measuring long distances and especially on moving or easily deformed objects.
RODER offers many systems for measuring width, both for applications in the production line and in the metrological laboratory. Some of these tools are commercial products and are offered in the catalog. Others are products made on customer request and customized according to production and logistics needs.
The displacement measurement can be carried out with contact technologies, used above all for the measurement of small distances and small displacements, or with non-contact LASER technologies. The displacement measurement with LASER technology is a reliable and consolidated technique for measuring large distances and especially on moving or easily deformed objects.
Depth measurements can be made with traditional technologies, usually in contact, or with non-contact technologies using LASER measurement systems. In both cases RODER offers systems and measuring instruments for complete integration into the production cycle.
Different solutions are available for height measurements, both with contact measuring instruments and with non-contact measuring instruments. The non-contact solutions are made with LASER technologies capable of obtaining high degrees of precision and at the same time a high operational reliability.
Position measurement represents a standard application for industrial automation and process control. RODER can supply measuring instruments and control systems for position measurement both in the metrological laboratory and in the production line
Length measurements can be made with different measurement systems and with different technology. In some cases it is convenient to use contact measurement systems, in other cases it is more convenient to use non-contact systems of the optical or LASER type.
The range of products for profile measurement is very wide. Contact profilometers, made with traditional probes, or LASER scanning profilometers capable of performing profile surveys without contact and integrating information with existing mathematical models can be proposed.
The torsion measurement is used both for the measurement of objects that must be screwed or unscrewed, and in applications where it is necessary to evaluate the stress of a finished object subject to controlled rotation. Special torsion measuring instruments are used for the calibration of torque wrenches or electric or pneumatic screwdrivers.
RODER offers a complete range of measuring instruments for determining the adhesion forces of coatings (paints, resins, adhesives).
The speed measurement can be performed with contact measurement systems (metric wheels) or with non-contact measurement systems, mainly optical.