Computerized Measuring Systems Don’t Get Any Better!
More and more customers and insurance companies are requiring the use of computerized measuring as part of the repair process. Chief’s measuring tools are far and away the most sophisticated, yet simple to learn and operate system available in the industry today. Our measuring systems provide fast and easy setup with full-color, reports on the exact condition of the vehicle’s frame before, during and after repairs have been made for indisputable evidence of damage severity and repair quality.
Take profitable measuring to a whole new level.
Many of today's complex vehicles require the use of OEM-recommended repair procedures to return them to their pre-collision state. Quickly measure and document the dimensional condition of frames, body openings, and upper body openings and create print documentation for customers and their insurance companies.
Nothing Else Measures Up.Take advantage of LaserLock’s pinpoint technology to identify damage you can see, plus primary and secondary damage you can’t see, to develop more efficient repair plans. This eliminates comebacks and helps you find and get paid for hidden damage.
Fast Setup, Fast Operation and Fast Measuring. Vector provides three separate reports to show measurements before, during and after repairs, offering indisputable evidence that the repairs made were not only needed, but that they returned the vehicle frame to its pre-collision condition.
LaserLock™ is the next evolution in computerized collision repair measuring. Its laser scanner features out-of-level measuring capabilities, so in addition to monitoring a repair, it can be used with a simple two-post lift for blueprinting repair plans. This keeps the frame rack free for pulling, which improves productivity and cycle times. In addition to the laser scanner, LaserLock includes a computer, dual flat screen monitors, 45 targets with a wide range of attachments, a color printer and exclusive Chief software. An aluminum collet kit is available as an option for usewith vehicles manufactured with aluminum, carbon fiber or other non-ferrous materials, including the 2015 Ford F-150 pickup.
Its real-time measuring capabilities enable technicians to monitor dimensional changes as they occur during pulling, so there is no need to recalibrate after every pull. LaserLock can map the entire vehicle at once, making it possible to repair vehicles with front and rear damage or diamond and twist damage.
The Chief® Vector provides the high-end measuring and documentation capabilities you need, at a price that enhances repair quality and generates more insurance-related and repeat business to your shop.