Bee Line Says New Alignment System Redefines Laser Accuracy

August 2012, - Feature

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Bee Line Company says its LC7500 computer alignment system redefines laser accuracy from the inside out.

Fewer moving internal parts in the laser assembly eliminates wear-out mechanisms, loss of accuracy with wear and the need for repair, according to the company.

Advanced target board sensors and processors that operate at 88MHz (compared to. 4.5 MHz in past systems) allow for quick calculations and immediate, precise laser positioning response.

Approximately 1,800 sensors (compared to 80 on older models) calculate the location of the laser strike to an accuracy of .005. inch.

The system boasts up to 20% faster processing, accuracy and increased speed. Users have experienced increased ROI by performing one more alignment per day.

A 32-inch HD TV monitor with built-in speakers, an enhanced cabinet design, custom-molded top and Remote Display charging station make this system extremely contemporary and user-friendly, according to the company. The software screens have been redesigned to maximize font size for ease of viewing, and drop-down menus make it easier to navigate.

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