Newall DP700 Digital Readout (DRO)
Machine may be shown with optional accessories.
We offer Newall DP700 Digital Readout (DRO) as an option on Victor lathes, vertical knee mills, and surface grinders. The DP700 is a powerful and intuitive DRO that is housed in a rugged, ergonomically designed casting. The DRO features all of the essential functions for milling, boring, turning, grinding, and general machining operations. DRO is designed in the UK.
- Bolt hole circle routine
- Arc contouring
- Polar coordinate readings
- Line hole routine
- Programmable memory / teach
- Tool offsets
- Axis summing
- Feed-rate display
- Linear and segmented error compensation
- RS232 output
Spherosyn and Microsyn encoders are designed to give you consistent accuracy and reliability under even the harshest shop conditions. Based on the principle of electromagnetics, Newall's analogue encoders embody a truly innovative design in which all of the electronic and measuring components are sealed and protected. The encoders carry an IP67 (NEMA 6) environmental rating and will continue to provide accurate and reliable readings even when submerged in water, oil and coolant.
All variants of Newall linear encoders carry an Ingress Protection (IP) rating of 67 (IEC 529). The encoders are fully submersible and will continue to provide accurate and dependable readings under the harshest conditions. Dirt, swarf, cast iron dust, graphite dust and other common contaminates will not effect the performance of the linear encoder system.
Accuracy, Repeatability and Resolution
The laser measurement system used to calibrate all of Newall scales have been calibrated by accredited laboratories providing traceability to UK national standards. The procedures comply with the requirements of British Standard Specification BS5781 / International Standard ISO10012-1. The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) calibrates the master standard, certificate number 08A014/9501. All Newall Calibration rigs are traceable back to this NPL standard. The calibration of the Newall scales and reader heads is conducted in a temperature controlled 69.8°F (21°C) environment.
* Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.