Brunson Instrument Company has been producing and providing measurement solutions since 1927.
Magnetic Scale Holder
The magnetic v-block scale holder (model 567) makes scale fixturing a snap on ferrous rollers and flat surfaces. High energy Neodymium magnets positively grip the surface for convenient, hands-free operation. The 567 combines key features of traditional scale mounting systems into one easy-to-use accessory.When customers asked Brunson to engineer a lightweight industrial stand, they turned to one of the strongest structural elements known for stability.Learn more.
Our Training Program
Brunson's training courses are unique to the industry. That's because our application engineers have direct experience with many types of metrology instruments and their application in many different industries, including aircraft and aerospace, printing, rolling mill, power generation, and others.
Theory and Application
Become familiar with principles of light and optics, and how they work in various optical devices. Know how to operate each optical tooling instrument and what measurements each will perform.
Understand calibration stand geometry. Setup and certify an instrument calibration stand. Certify optical test instruments on a test stand. Know optical tooling instrument relationships and the hierarchy of adjustments.
Field Calibration Training
Understand the common field checks for transits and sight levels. Learn how to use common measurement tools (eg., tooling scales) to perform instrument checks prior to use on a job site.
Measure with Confidence
Brunson Certified Target Holders take laser tracker accuracy beyond the tolerance range of manufacturing specifications. Each critical dimension is measured precisely, logged in our database, and shown on the Certificate that comes with the target holder.Learn more.
Proper alignment is a core requirement for industrial processing equipment. In this blog series, we are learning to speak the "language" of machine geometry to bridge the communication gap between machinists and metrologists. By representing components as geometric entities, we clarify the alignment requirements and define which instrument is best suited for the task.