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Newall Digital Readouts
DP700 Digital Readout
The DP700 is a powerful and intuitive DRO that is housed in
a rugged cast aluminum chassis with a wipe clean front panel.
The innovative design allows the operator to easily configure
the DRO for general machining, milling or turning specific features.
ADVANCED TECHNICAL FEATURES INCLUDE:
• Bolt Hole Circle Routine: Enter parameters via question and answer
• Arc Contouring: Calculates points along an arc for rough machining
• Polar Co-ordinate Readings: Display radial and angular coordinate
• Line Hole Routine: Calculates points along a line at equal distance
• Programmable Memory/Teach: Store dimensional data into memory
while machining the first part
• Tool Offsets: Retain all dimensional data even after tool change
• Axis Summing: Sums two axes within the same plane
• Feed-Rate Display: Longer tool life and increased cutting tool performance
• Linear and Segmented Error Compensation: Applies a
compensation factor for machine geometric and abbey errors
• RS-232 Output: Allows for data output
For milling applications, Newall Digital
Readouts dramatically increase productivity
and machine efficiency. The DP700 includes
features such as bolt hole circle, line hole
routine and arc contouring which calculates
tool position by way of simple message
prompts. Axis feed rate is displayed
meaning better tool life and surface finish.
Adding a Newall DRO to your lathe means
you measure the part diameter one time
and enter the value into the DRO. Since
the DP700 allows you to enter a tool offset
library, true diameter will always be displayed
even after tool changes. Operators report
a 20-40% increase in productivity and less
scrap when using a Newall DRO on lathes.
Nothing compares to Newall on a surface or
cylindrical grinder as the Microsyn encoders
will withstand grinding dust, coolant and slurry.
With resolutions down to 1µm (0.00005”),
the Newall DP700 can guide the operator
to the precise location without the worry
of miscounting due to scale contamination.
Programmable memory along with absolute
and incremental features means faster and
more accurate grinding.