Alignment Supplies Inc. Launch Alisensor Level VF

Press Release
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Level VF System: Image credit Alisensor

The Alisensor™ Level VF system is an option package for the advanced user of the company's core shaft & machinery alignment tool.

The Alisensor™ Level VF system differentiates itself from the core Alisensor™ Level system by replacing the 100mm Fixture Base with the VF Fixture Package, which features a cross-functional L-Shape Fixture Base that is ideal for several different measurement applications.  Due to its remarkably intelligent design, the L-Shape Fixture Base can be reconfigured in seconds to accommodate measurements for straightness, level, squareness, flatness, plumb, shaft straightness or level, horizontal spindle direction, vertical spindle direction, and more.

“The new L-Shape Fixture Base comes with a Shaft / Cylinder Adapter and two Spindle Bit Attachments, making it a highly versatile fixture solution for several applications,” said Greg Knitz, President of Alignment Supplies, Inc..  “Rather than having multiple fixtures to buy and keep track of, the Alisensor™ Level VF system provides an elegant and cost-effective solution through a multi-functional fixture.”

The L-Shape fixture has 3 landing points on both the vertical and horizontal plane, powerful magnets on both sides, and is tapped for either a 0.5" Spindle Bit or a 10mm Spindle Bit (included), for either Horizontal or Vertical spindle applications. This fixture is also ideal for squareness, straightness, and even vertical or horizontal spindle measurements.

 

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