Wireless Part Probe Options

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02 Dec 2019 04:13 #151725 by mjoconr
Hi All

A few months ago I found a comment about a USA (I think) supplier of wired part probes who also have a (when I looked at there website) cost effective wireless probe.
I think the wired was around $300 to $500 and the wireless was more like $800 to $900 but I might be wrong.

I though I recorded a website link but can not find it.

As a result I did try finding the comment but after 15 mins I think that's a lost cause.

Can any one point me to any sites along the lines of the above ?

Thanks
Mike

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02 Dec 2019 14:55 #151756 by andypugh
Was it this?
vers.by/en/

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03 Dec 2019 02:33 #151807 by mjoconr
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This is not the one but it's interesting. They also do a tool probe.

Any one used this product ?

Mike

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03 Dec 2019 03:06 #151808 by Leon82
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CNC 4pc?

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03 Dec 2019 04:01 #151814 by mjoconr
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That looks like the one i have which is badly build and not reliable. Again I could be wrong.
No wireless that I can see.

Thanks
Mike

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03 Dec 2019 22:04 #151905 by giz

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03 Dec 2019 22:53 #151911 by mjoconr
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Again a very impressive product Cliff has done some amazing work with the product and his willingness to put high quality information out there.
But no this is not the product I'm really wanting a wireless part probe.
I'm building a tool changer for the machine and want to be able to keep the probe in the tool changer.

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03 Dec 2019 22:57 #151912 by giz
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I think I actually misremembered what Cliff was offering myself - I thought for sure he had both a wired and wireless version.

I think this is what I was remembering: drewtronics.org/

I've also seen a kit to convert Cliff's probe to wireless: xoomspeed.com/CNC/wirelessprobe.htm

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03 Dec 2019 23:03 #151913 by mjoconr
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Nice option for Cliff's product, I talked to a friend about doing that to his probe well over a year ago. But he was not selling them at the time and it went by the way side.

Yes Drewtronics is the company I was trying to find.

Now I'm conflicted the vers.by product looks very nice.

Well I'll have to try to find someone who is used both products.

Thanks All
Mike

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03 Dec 2019 23:09 #151915 by andypugh
Belarus, Texas or New Zealand.

Who do you trust?

(I have bought stuff from eBay from Ukraine, but not as-yet from .by )

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