Heavy industry, a major challenge for dimensional measurement!

Heavy Industry

Inspecting oscillators or aligning casting arc rolls in a steel mill requires portable systems designed both to measure large workpieces and to operate in harsh environments. Thanks to its fleet of latest generation instruments, Amrikart can meet the specific requirements of this sector.

  • Vertical kiln inspection – monitoring the bricks condition inside the kilns
  • Alignment of motors/generators: verification of support bases, alignment of rotors/stators, alignment of bearing support blocks, digitization of casings, flanges alignment
  • Rail alignment for robots / CNC / cranes, levels
  • Assembly simulations then positioning of structures accordingly, before the final assembly
  • Inspection of pipe interiors and wall thicknesses for abrasion monitoring
  • Digitization and reverse engineering of existing machines or surrounding environment


To read : 3D metrology supports Still Mill Electric-Arc Furnace Replacement

We are there for your needs in Pulp and Paper industry

  • Inspection and alignment of machinery
  • Installation and integration of new machines existing production lines (upgrades, alignments...)
  • Verification and alignments of rolls within 6 degrees of freedom 
  • Analyze of roller surfaces and other contact surfaces 
  • Colision and gap analyzes
  • Alignment of drive shafts
  • Upgrades, parallelism analyzes, positionning of cutting tools and conveyors


 Assembly simulation

  • Inspection of each componet of the assembly
  • Virtual simulation of the assembly with measured data
  • Determination of rework, gap and collisions + verification of engineering requirements of the final assembly
  • Rework of the components if necessary so that the assembly meets the requirements
  • Live guidance of the final assembly to its best position determined by the virtual assembly. 

Gains :

  • Time: no need to pre-assemble and disassemble to rework 
  • Quality : reworks are made directly where they are needed, and are all identified during virtual assembly 
  • Virtual assembly ensures that the assembly will meet engineering requirements even before physically performing it
  • Assembly right the first time and guided live by 3D metrology, no more rework during assembly.