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9/1/2004

Orange Peel and DOI Measuring Instrument

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The micro-wave-scan allows the measuring of orange peel and DOI on small and curved parts.

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The micro-wave-scan allows the measuring of orange peel and DOI on small and curved parts. The instrument measures long wave and short wave. It is small and lightweight, fitting in the palm of the hand and easy to operate due to the scroll wheel. A large display shows complete statistics and allows the input of alphanumeric names. The instrument comes with a docking station for recharging the battery pack and for transferring the saved data to a PC.

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