ALiSENSOR Flatness App Launched

Press Release
Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Alignment Supplies, Inc. unveils Flatness App for ALiSENSOR Level.

The Flatness measurement program App enables users to measure the flatness of surfaces of a wide range of shapes and sizes through the revolutionary ability of the ALiSENSOR Level to be calibrated to user-made fixtures of all sizes.  The ability to customize the number of measurement points along both axes also enables users to perform very detailed and thorough flatness measurements, while also equipping them with the ability to customize the number of measurement points for specific applications, such as performing a flatness measurement on two rails for a motor or pump installation.

The measurements are performed quickly and the user is guided in every step by a live 3D model of the measurement.  The high-accuracy resolution of the ALiSENSOR™ Level provides flatness data with a resolution down to a tenth of a thou (0.0001”).

Greg Knitz, President of Alignment Supplies, Inc., said:  “The Flatness App delivers on the truly revolutionary potential seen in our absolutely unique technology. Flatness is a geometric measurement that so many people want, but has always been rather cost-prohibitive, around $25,000, with laser geometry systems." 

"Laser system set-up and measurement procedures were also seen as time-intensive and complex.  The ALiSENSOR™ Level geometric measurement system has changed the game, making precision Flatness measurements extraordinarily cost-effective and extremely easy to perform,” Knitz added. 

Like all ALiSENSOR™ Level Apps, Flatness is downloadable for free from the App Store. 

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