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On this page, you will find the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) of Trabiss Metrology. If you have a question that is not yet listed in the FAQ, please contact us, and we will be happy to answer all your questions.

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Resolution is the minimum displacement that the linear encoder (glass scale) can detect and report. A 5 µm resolution means that the linear encoder registers every 0.005 mm displacement.
Accuracy refers to the difference between the actual traveled distance and the measured traveled distance. Due to various factors, there will always be a (small) deviation. This occurs with all linear encoders, including Newall, Fagor, Mitutoyo, Sony, or Heidenhain scales. The smaller the deviation, the better the accuracy. All scales are calibrated at the factory before shipment. Additionally, you can also compensate for deviations in the digital readout, known as linear error compensation.

Yes, we can repair most digital readouts or provide replacement parts.

Yes, our strength lies in collaborating with customers and providing custom solutions. We offer a wide range of special solutions. This includes special machines, readouts for high temperatures, compact designs, etc. We supply worldwide to reputable companies, universities, research institutes, academic hospitals, machine factories, and more.