The Laser Shaft Alignment Learning System (97-ME2A) covers the installation, operation, and applications of laser alignment in a variety of industrial scenarios. Laser shaft alignment is the preferred method of shaft alignment among maintenance and plant engineering personnel due to its superior efficiency and accuracy over older methods like the dial indicator method or the straight edge and feeler gauge method. Laser alignment systems also avoid problems such as sagging indicators, reading resolution error, and reading parallax error. These components add to the Mechanical Drives 2 Learning System (97-ME2) and the Mechanical Drives 1 Learning System (970-ME1).
Amatrol’s 97-ME2A includes a laser alignment system, two measuring units, two shaft v-brackets, two locking chains, and a motor mount horizontal adjustment assembly. Amatrol learning systems are composed of heavy-duty components that provide learners with real-world equipment they’ll recognize on the job and already understand how to use. These components will be used to study topics like rough alignment, laser shaft alignment installation, soft foot correction, and laser shaft alignment operation and analysis.