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Alignment Supplies, a provider of alignment-related products for shaft and machinery alignment and measurement, says it has added the ALiSENSOR Level VF system as an option.

The ALiSENSOR Level VF system expands on the core ALiSENSOR Level system by replacing the 100 mm fixture base with the VF Fixture Package, which features a cross-functional L-shaped fixture base that the company says can be used for several different measurement applications.

According to Alignment Supplies, the L-shaped fixture base can be reconfigured quickly in order to accommodate measurements for straightness, level, squareness, flatness, plumb, shaft straightness or level, horizontal spindle direction, vertical spindle direction, and more.

The VF Fixture Package will be offered as an accessory available to customers who already own the ALiSENSOR Level with the 100 mm fixture base, and will also be available to new customers as the ALiSENSOR Level VF system. The ALiSENSOR Level core system, which includes the 100 mm fixture base, will continue to be offered as well.



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