ROMI’s Relationship with API


Romi is a Brazilian company founded in 1930 by Américo Emílio Romi, in Santa Bárbara d’Oeste – SP – Brazil. Nowadays it is a reputed international company providing machine tools (specifically Turning Centers, CNC Turning Machines, Plastic Processing Machines and more) to a world wide customer basis. The relationship of Romi and API actually goes back before API


API Tracker measures a 55-meter rail mount to within 0.05 mm


MCE Equipment Technology in Steel Manufacturing : Using a Laser Tracker for Aircraft Construction In addition to the tracker’s exceptional accuracy, users at steel structure supplier MCE appreciated the its portability. MCE technicians took their tracker to customer sites as luggage, not freight. This saves valuable time in shipping and avoids hold ups in customs.


API tracker used to reverse engineer electric motor components


Partzsch Elektromotoren uses an API tracker at customer sites to measure massive electric and railway machines. The tracker enables Partzch to measure coaxiality and axial run-out from the outside of the machine – two components that could not easily be measured using traditional optics and other tools.  API’s portable measuring systems can be used in


Measuring Without Dismantling for the First Time


With a Swivelcheck, they can – for the first time – measure without dismantling To accurately measure modern milling heads, many hydraulic screw fittings and lines must be removed to reach the rotary axis. This easily took a day, and could risk violating the milling head’s warranty. The API Swivelcheck can be mounted directly on


Radian makes demands for wind turbine manufacturers possible


Wind Power manufacturer AH Industries chose an API tracker after customers’ specifications became too daunting to meet with their two point gauges, micrometers and brackets. AH selected the API Radian laser tracker for its measurement range of up to 120 meters and its accuracy even after position changes. Laser trackers gave AH the assurance that its measurements


Alignment of rollers serials at BAO Steel in China


During a measurement task it was detected that the armour plate moved away from the original track whilst the rolling mill was in operation. Whilst investigating this problem it was discovered that this deviation was due to the poor parallelization between each of the two rollers. However, it was unknown which roller was in the