For the firm Ingenieurgruppe Bauen, headquartered in Mannheim, Germany, we have integrated two standard elements - an imc measurement device and the evaluation software imc FAMOS - into an overall solution to achieve the goal of automated vibration analysis in buildings and structures.read more
In the modern development of hand-held power tools, the measurement of frequencies and vibrations that can be harmful to humans, as well as determining resonances in rotating tools, plays an increasingly important role.
On the one hand, it is a matter of fulfilling the EU Standard “Noise and Vibration Regulations” (standard measurement procedure according to EN ISO 5349-1/2). On the other hand, it is of great importance to identify weak points in the tool at an early stage by means of order tracking and thus eliminate them easily.read more
Together with the company Grimme, imc has developed a solution for automated, wireless measurement data acquisition on harvesting machines in field trials. Measurement and status information is transmitted via a private mobile radio network and made available to the test engineers via an Internet platform in real time.read more
The abrasion of cutters on CNC machine tools will directly affect the quality of workpieces as wear progresses. This application note discusses how to use the “imc real-time vibration monitoring system” for real-time inspection and analysis of dynamic cutter performance and make evaluations and predictions to improve and optimize the cutter.read more
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