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ACCURA 2000 bridge-type measuring machine

Tailored to your needs and budget

The platform concept of the ACCURA 2000 allows you to configure the measuring machine to your needs. If your requirements on equipment, sensors and software change, ACCURA 2000 changes too. You benefit from an attractive price and low lifecycle costs. The technical highlights of ACCURA 2000 include the innovative insulation technology, new air bearings for short travel distances and higher workpiece throughput. The maintenance friendly design ensures maximum availability.

ACCURA 2000 bridge-type measuring machine


ACCURA 2000 bridge-type measuring machine

ACCURA 2000 bridge-type measuring machine

Temperature independence thanks to F.I. technology


Temperature fluctuations must be taken into consideration, particularly with measuring applications near production. The bridge of the new ACCURA 2000 is equipped with a unique, high-performance insulation system that ensures the required precision in shop floor operations.


Freely selectable measuring temperature (20-26°C)


Measuring machines must be operated under constant temperatures. With the ACCURA 2000, you can freely select the measuring temperature and reduce air conditioning costs.


Maximum sensor flexibility


All available sensors from Carl Zeiss can be used on the ACCURA 2000. “mass” multisensor technology enables the time-saving change out of optical and contact sensors.


Performance Package featuring navigator technology


The Performance Package for ACCURA 2000 contains the VAST navigator option for even more accurate scanning. This technology always achieves maximum travel and scanning speed, thus reducing your valuable measuring time to a minimum. The necessary safety technology with laser monitoring is also part of the package.




  • VAST navigator
  • “mass” multisensor technology
  • Rotary table to measure rotationally symmetric parts
  • RST-T temperature sensor
    with active interface

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