Digital Readout Systems


Bluetooth technology along with an IBT interface box in the droPWR system allows connection to multiple machine configurations in one tablet including for milling, turning, and grinding machines with up to six axes.  Designed to be simple and functional, this tablet DRO can be moved and used with various machines, making it perfect for many production environments such as small shops and students in shop class.

MetLogix Mx200 Digital Readouts (DRO)

he Mx200 is a shop-hardened DRO. A sealed rubber keypad and durable powder-coated enclosure provide lasting performance in any environment from the shop floor to the Quality Control Lab. Capable of Optical Edge Detection and Crosshair Measurement, Mx200 probing options are spontaneous. The exclusive EdgeLogic™ feature enables gesture-driven control of start and end measurement commands, minimizing the need to interact with the DRO directly. Users simply cross the same edge twice to start and end measurements.

ND 7013 Model Digital Readout

HEIDENHAIN’s newest digital readout (DRO) is now available to the market and promises to provide machinists with significant advantages and even more reliable tools to better utilize their manually operated machine tools (with up to four axes) than ever before. Called the ND 7013 model, this new DRO replaces the ever-popular ND 780 and offers an improved user interface and user-friendly touch screen, among other improvements.

ND 5023 Digital Readout

HEIDENHAIN Introduces the new ND 5023 digital readout (DRO) for use with manually operated machine tools. This new DRO replaces HEIDENHAIN’s entry-level ND 522/523 models and consolidates it to one 3-axis product. The new DRO comes equipped with a new TFT color display that significantly improves the readability of the information displayed over older models, plus features other design changes and enhanced functions.

Models DRO100/203/300

HEIDENHAIN’s ACU-RITE brand of digital readout (DRO) products for the machine tool marketplace has introduced a line of three innovative DROs with new software features and robust hardware, which is reportedly making a difference for milling, turning, grinding and boring applications.