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    How's everyone doin,

    How accurate is a TP2 proehead. If anyone knows?

  • #2
    Actually TP2 is not a probe head.
    Is the traditional slimline switching probe for most applications. It works fine.
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    • #3
      what kind of tolerances are you trying to hold.....
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      • #4
        Originally posted by bw_bob View Post
        what Kind Of Tolerances Are You Trying To Hold.....
        .005"

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        • #5
          Woops Never mind WE have +/- .001" Tolerance

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          • #6
            The TP2 has a repeatablity of 3.5 microns and pre-travel variation of 1 micron. HTH
            DeWain Hodge

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            • #7
              Is Any One Using The Tesastar M Probe Head? If So How Do You Like
              It? I've Always Used Ph9,ph10m But The Powers To Be Decided The 5 Deg.
              Incriments Were Better Than 7.5

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DeWain Hodge View Post
                The TP2 has a repeatablity of 3.5 microns and pre-travel variation of 1 micron. HTH
                Does this apply to all features? Like Circle for example.

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                • #9
                  Yes dude, .001 all day long, on a circles I get it repeatable within .0002

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by DUCES View Post
                    Is Any One Using The Tesastar M Probe Head? If So How Do You Like
                    It? I've Always Used Ph9,ph10m But The Powers To Be Decided The 5 Deg.
                    Incriments Were Better Than 7.5

                    I have one now. Used to be a Renishaw user. It works good. The only down fall I see is that it doesn't have a manual controller to rotate the head like Renishaw does.
                    ~Josh~ Giles Rescue "Ut ceteri vivant"

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                    • #11
                      Get a PH10T and never turn back. JC
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                      Jeremy Cavender
                      CMM Metrology Engineer
                      PC-Dmis 3.2/2010/MR2

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