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Interwire 2015 Exhibitors Listing

Booth Descriptions (Alphabetical Order)

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OEG GmbH - Booth 1731

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Contact Information:
Telephone: +1-908-797-0329
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Website: http://oeggmbh.com

Information and categories
At Interwire 2015, OEG GmbH will be displaying their DM 1 optical gauge designed for measuring and validating the inside diameter and bore ovality of drawing dies and enameling dies prior to use. Based on an optical measuring principle, the data acquisition and evaluation takes place by an image processing system, which guarantees highly accurate and reproducible measurements. During the measurement sequence, the smallest bore diameter is found automatically using software controlled by a special autofocus procedure. Additionally the roundness of the bore is evaluated and can be displayed in a diagram on the monitor and in the measuring protocol printout. The measuring results can be either printed directly as protocol or exported to other applications in different ways. The DM 1 provides a very cost effective and fast solution for obtaining high measuring accuracy of drawing and enameling dies that can be quickly and easily collected, evaluated and archived as part of your die management program. With this unique system, historical data can be maintained throughout the life of a given die for production and customer verification.

Computer Hardware/Software Drawing Machines and Auxiliary Equipment Measuring and Testing Equipment Testing Wire Mfg. - Computer

Key Contact and booth personnel
Key contact:Gregory Scher
Booth Personnel:Gregory Scher, Michael Graf, Stephan Rothe

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