The f.i.x system is our measuring system specially developed for scooters, with which you can check whether the quality and safety standards of a scooter are still guaranteed after an accident or in other cases of doubt. It offers a fast and precise measurement without having to dismantle the fairing as a rule.

Measurement procedure: f.i.x works on the basis of comparing the positions of the rear and front wheel rims. Two base plates are fixed to the rim flange via three special mounts each. The integrated shafts for holding the laser and the mirror are thus automatically and very precisely aligned parallel to the wheel axles. With the aid of an adjustable alignment device, a laser and a mirror, the front wheel is aligned exactly in the direction of travel. To do this, the laser beam must be reflected back to its origin via the mirror. The indicator attached to the handlebar can now be impinged with the laser directly or via the mirror on the front wheel and the difference read off.

As a result, precise values are obtained for the wheelbase, camber and wheel offset, from which the condition of the frame and front fork can now be inferred. This requires the comparison data from the database. If the result is "true to size", then the frame and front fork are in good condition. If the result is "not true to size", either the frame or the front fork or both parts together are damaged. In this case, further examinations (e.g. with the mega-m.a.x) are necessary to limit the error.

Measurement result The ›Scheibner-Scooter-Measurment‹ that you can print out on your computer using our software:

Laser ‐ optical diode power << 1 mW
Laser ‐ wavelength: 650 nm
Laser ‐ divergence: 1 mrad

Standard equipment: f.i.x including adapters, software, case
Dimensions of the case with the entire equipment: 1040 x 470 x 160 mm
Weight complete incl. case: approx. 15 kg

What the f.i.x measuring system measures and what the results look like in the measurement report