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Spindle Error Analyzer (SEA) uses high-resolution capacitive sensors to monitor motion of a machine tool spindle at operating speeds and analyzed that information with proprietary software

Six slot enclosure for CPL190 / CPL290, TMP190

Finding the error motions:

It measures the motion of machine tool spindle at operating frequencies.

Discover problems before you make bad parts

Qualify / Test the machine performance before acceptance

Find root cause of machining errors

Single sensitivity driver

System consisting of:

High-resolution capacitive displacement sensors

Precision spherical or cylindrical targets

Robust sensor mounting hardware

Data acquisition components

Proprietary software for error motion analysis

Dual sensitivity driver

Predict and prevent part errors:

Machine evaluation enables manufacturers to predict and prevent part errors such as:

Surface finish

Feature location


Find and eliminate spindle error motion sources

System consisting of:

Out of round bearing components

Misaligned bearing seats

Bearing wear

Improper preload

Structural vibration

Inadequate stiffness

Resonant machine frequencies

Specific measurements required by international standards

Synchronous and Asynchronous measurements of

Radial error motion

Axial error motion

Tilt error motion

Total Indicator Reading (TIR, Runout)

Compliant with international standards

The Spindle Error Analyzer performs tests in compliance with these standards:

ANSI/ASME Standard B5.54-2005, “Methods for Performance Evaluation of CNC Machining Centers”

ANSI/ASME B5.57-1998 “Methods for Performance Evaluation of CNC Turning Centers”

ANSI/ASME B89.3.4-2010, “Axes of Rotation, Methods for Specifying and Testing”

ISO230-3, Test Code for Machine Tools Part 3, “Determination of Thermal Effects”

ISO230-7, Test Code for Machine Tools Part 7, “Geometric Accuracy of Axes of Rotation “

JIS B 6190-7, Test Code for Machine Tools Part 7, “Geometric Accuracy of Axes of Rotation”