Adapter Plates

The adapter plate is the central interface between the CMM and your workpiece. Especially at the interface to the probe you cannot make any compromises. Or can you estimate what an adapter plate made of cheaper material will do in the overall system of your coordinate measuring machine? Original ZEISS adapter plates are manufactured exclusively by ZEISS in Germany. The quality is constantly monitored in accordance with our strict testing procedures.
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Light weight - build complex stylus systems
Thermally stable - no thermal expansion of the material and associated loss of precision
Statically stiff - maximum stiffness allows faster scanning without loss of precision
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Avoid incorrect measurements and incorrect operation

Avoid incorrect measurements and incorrect operation

ZEISS adapter plates identify the stylus system via an integrated ID chip in the measuring software and thus prevent operating errors and incorrect measurements. Another advantage: With the originals, more information such as measuring force or angle of the active probe system is available on the control panel display. The adapter plates are available to suit the respective systems: ZEISS VAST, VAST XXT, XTR, RDS or ST/ST3. Benefit from adapter plate packages, where you can obtain a number of adapter plates at a reduced price.
Accelerate stylus change and measuring time

Accelerate stylus change and measuring time

Use special software functions with original ZEISS adapter plates to shorten your measuring processes. The Quick Change software function allows you to speed up stylus changing by 50 percent of the time. This is worthwhile for complex workpieces that require several stylus changes. The FlyScan function allows the stylus to move straight over a recess and scan on the other side without interruption. The software nevertheless evaluates the correct measuring points. Depending on the workpiece, for example measuring a tip circle on a gear wheel, this process can reduce measuring cycle time by up to 70%.