Linear Scales & Counters

Linear scales and counters measure the exact amount of material that a machine produces. Quality control uses them to make sure that production goes smoothly.

A linear scale is an instrument that measures length, weight, or volume in a straight line. It consists of a measuring device and a scale-beam assembly with a pointer that moves along a graduated scale. The pointer indicates the measurement that is being taken. A counter measures the cumulative number of items produced over time rather than their length or weight.

Linear scales have many applications, including manufacturing, shipping, packaging, and labeling operations. Engineers use them to design products or processes for mass production. Inspectors use linear scales to measure large batches of materials or parts. Scientists use them to monitor how much produced material changes over time. It helps them to see if any changes are occurring within the process (such as corrosion).

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