Overcoming challenges with measuring bouncing, unguided cylindrical moving products

Presenter: Jerome Dapore

General Sessions

Laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDV) has been a long-proven method for accurately measuring the length and speed of products. Many applications involving the production of long, continuous cylindrical products – cord, rods and wire – pose measurement challenges. Products that cannot be well-guided, move off-axis and out of the measurement range make it difficult for traditional LDV-based gauges to keep the laser on the product’s surface. This results in hard-to-obtain, unreliable measurements. This presentation highlights a new patent-pending, breakthrough technology that accurately, reliably measures these type of products.

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