The patented Eclipse™ Laser Frame Measuring System utilizes cutting-edge technology for your automotive needs. It contains advanced components, yet remains extremely easy to operate. The design from AMS allows the system to do the hard work, delivering reliable and accurate results. Innovative system components have been designed to be less expensive, versatile, and far more effective compared to other systems. The Eclipse™ Laser Frame Measuring System is a perfect addition to your auto body shop. This complete system comes with a one-year warranty on manufacturer's parts.
3D Eclipse™ software 12 intelligent targets Full Set AlumiMag attachments Upper body measuring system Wireless internet ready Web-based or in-shop training First year data included Quarterly data updates 1-year warranty on AMS components Constant calibration for accurate readings (Calibrates 4x per second) 32 Foot Measuring Envelope Dual axis leveling and smart targets result in quick set up so you are measuring faster Measures to OEM 3mm specifications with no problem Stronger laser scanner - handles measuring extended cab, long-bed vehicles easily Tilt, pan and zoom graphics help display damage from the best viewpoint FastTrack reporting allows for easy comprehensive damage reports that can include screen shots and digital photos
The patented Eclipse™ system utilizes cutting edge technology and advanced components, yet is extremely easy to operate. Its design allows the system to do the hard work, delivering reliable and accurate results. Innovative system components have been designed to be less expensive, versatile, and far more effective compared to other systems.
Wheel alignment, sometimes referred to as breaking or tracking, is part of standard automobile maintenance that consists of adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are set to the car maker's specification. The purpose of these adjustments is to reduce tire wear, and to ensure that vehicle travel is straight and true (without "pulling" to one side). Alignment angles can also be altered beyond the maker's specifications to obtain a specific handling characteristic. Motorsport and off-road applications may call for angles to be adjusted well beyond "normal" for a variety of reasons.