Posts tagged with: Fixturlaser NXA

Why You Should Always Document Alignment Data

| | | |

By on July 9, 2019

Documenting and saving alignment data is critical to being able to achieve repeatable shaft alignments. It also helps you maintain an effective predictive maintenance plan that will ensure your plant runs smoothly.  When a machine is experiencing a problem, it will save a lot of time if you can look back on recorded data from […]

Read More

The NXA Extended Alignment Function – What is it? When to use it.

| | | |

By on January 25, 2017

When training clients to use VibrAlign’s Verti-Zontal Alignment Process we show taking the 3rd measurement at a horizontal position, typically at 3 o’clock. This is simply for expediency and is NOT a requirement as Fixturlaser Shaft Alignment Systems can take measurements at any position due to the inclinometers in M & S sensors. If possible […]

Read More

Loosen the Hold Down Bolts to Lower the Motor! ??

| | | |

By on August 22, 2014

While assisting a recent Fixturlaser NXA Training Class with a precision shaft alignment we came across an unusual alignment challenge.  When tightening the hold down bolts, after making a Verti-Zontal Compound MoveTM, we were seeing insignificant amounts of horizontal movement at the motor feet but nothing unusual. However, upon rechecking the alignment, we were out of […]

Read More