Categories: Shaft Alignment

VibrAlign Introduces the New Fixurlaser EVO

By on April 30, 2014

The new Fixturlaser EVO laser shaft alignment system is designed to put the power of alignment in the aligner’s hands.  The computational display unit is especially compact, able to fit in one hand like a tablet, leaving the other hand free to rotate the sensors on the shafts and enter data on the touchscreen, while the slim sensors can fit in even the tightest spots.

According to David Zdrojewski, CEO of VibrAlign, “The challenge is to make laser shaft alignment tools that are powerful yet easy to use, but also compact enough to fit tight alignment situations.   The new Fixturlaser EVO offers the slimmest laser/detector heads on the market paired with a display unit that looks like a tablet but is ruggedized for heavy industrial use.”

The Fixturlaser EVO features an adaptive user interface, and a proprietary alignment methodology, Verti-Zontal Compound Moves™, allowing shaft alignments to be performed almost always in just one or two moves.  The Verti-Zontal method requires no re-measurements between the vertical and horizontal adjustments.  The horizontal adjustment is carried out while guided by real values displayed on-screen during the entire process.

Contact VibrAlign to learn more or for a free demo.

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5 responses to “VibrAlign Introduces the New Fixurlaser EVO”

  1. I made several measurements and the Vert-Zontal method is not giving me the correct values.
    After shiming with the recommended values, I always have to correct again. Can this be a problem of the torque used in the motor screws?
    Please comment. Thanks!
    Kind regards.
    Luis

  2. That sounds sensational 🙂 With the very fast paced progress of technology, every industry should keep up. When I see the word “touchscreen”, I always want it. Hehe This is revolutionary 🙂

  3. Stan Riddle says:

    Luis, make sure you have minimized all soft foot, closely control any coupling backlash or looseness, and tighten the motor hold down bolts in a controlled, repeatable pattern. I would recommend tightening the bolts in three passes, (1) hand tight, (2) snug with wrench, (3) tighten to final torque.

  4. Brad Case says:

    Thanks Bradley, we think so as well!