articulated arm


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articulated arm

A jointed instrument used in imaging and in therapeutic procedures (e.g., to permit stereotactic localization of deep anatomical structures; to guide the collection of ultrasonic images; or to focus or direct laser energy).
See also: arm
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Bill Gruber, president of Hexagon Metrology North America states "The purchase of Romer CimCore along with Romer SA solidifies Hexagon's position within the articulated arm market.
The laser code is delivered via a rugged articulated arm, which is self-supporting and enables coding to take place in any orientation.
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The characteristic Xymark articulated arm enables the coding head to be integrated onto production lines with limited space, and the optical system allows for easy adjustment for print height, dot size and focus.
MedView incorporates two high-resolution CRTs in a binocular-like display, mounted on a counterbalanced and articulated arm.
Contract awarded for Sda 3230 / Truck Articulated Arm
A compact galvanometer scanner module - mounted at the end of an articulated arm and only 98 by 84 by 162mm in size for space restricted installations, has been incorporated for high-speed coding and improved print quality.
The BOOM3C is a binocular-like display, mounted on a counterbalanced and articulated arm, for viewing high-resolution, three-dimensional scientific visualization and virtual environment graphics created on Silicon Graphics workstations.
22 draft specification for evaluating performance of articulated arm coordinate measurement machines (CMMs).
Contract award: delivery of an automatic turntable ladder dla (k) 23/12 with articulated arm according to din en 1846 and din en 14043 including loading.
CSP is based on a six-axis, articulated arm with a probe on the end that can be manually manipulated to lightly touch points on a part surface.