CAMS can be added to virtually any existing micro hardness tester.
Measuring is now done with the computer, eliminating virtually all user influence.
All ten fields can be customized to suit your needs
Conversions are set up within the software and will be displayed on the user interface automatically
Tolerances can be set up to alert your operators if something is out of spec
Your company can get the benefits of C.A.M.S. (Computer Assisted Measuring System) technology by upgrading the microhardness tester you already own. Even using the most basic C.A.M.S. model, operators will spend less time and measure impressions more accurately. Using more advanced C.A.M.S. options, especially for case depth testing, an operator can reduce labor costs more significantly.
Any operator who can use a computer mouse can achieve accurate and consistent results with C.A.M.S. simple software. The basic system provides point and click measurement of the test impression. Viewing the impression and positive positioning of the filars is easier on a computer screen than it is through an eyepiece. When an automatic measurement option is used, it eliminates all operator influence and is even easier to operate. Other features for automatic traverse testing can add more value, depending on your application.
CAMS can be retrofitted to almost any model including Clark, ATS, Leco, Leitz, Buehler, Mitutoyo, Wilson, Shimadzu and Future-Tech
Clear cut on screen test impressions for greater accuracy
Reduced eyestrain and neck strain
Instant, error-free data recording, charting and retrieval
Many options for manual to automatic traverse testing
Lower cost than buying similar features on a new tester
Rapid payback from dramatically increased productivity
A variety of metallographic image analysis options
Add software and hardware options as your needs increase