What is CCD wheel alignment?

Car wheel alignment – complete version CCD (Charged Couple Device) sensor technology, featuring state-of-the-art electronic components enables a quick and accurate measurement of all alignment parameters by simply following a procedure field tested through many years of experience.

What is the best wheel alignment machine?

Hunter Wheel Alignment Machines

  • Hunter HawkEye Elite® Wheel Aligner. 70-second alignment measurements with pinpoint accuracy makes the HawkEye Elite the most powerful wheel alignment machine on the market today.
  • ADAS Solutions.
  • Collision Wheel Alignment.
  • WinAlign® HD Wheel Alignment.
  • Standard Alignment Machines.

How much does a wheel alignment machine cost?

How much does an alignment machine cost? If you are buying a brand-new alignment machine, expect costs that start at $10,000 and range to $34,000.

What is 3D alignment?

3D wheel alignment allows our mechanics to perform the most precise wheel alignment on all types of cars. This is done by using 2 cameras to perform measurements for each wheel while integrated reference system with camber and inclination pendulums in each sensor head.

What is 3D wheel alignment machine?

The alignment machine inspects the camber, toe, and caster and look for the poor wheel alignment and adjust the angles in order to set the car wheel specification. The 3D wheel alignment system features include high resolution cameras and targets and an automatic camera beam.

How long does it take for an alignment?

Under normal circumstances, a wheel alignment will take an average of one hour, whether it’s a two-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive vehicle. If there’s too much wear and tear or damage on the suspension system, steering bushing, track rod, or other parts, it’ll take a longer time as some components have to be replaced.

How is an alignment done?

An alignment essentially requires squaring a car’s wheels and axles with each other so that they’re moving in the same direction. The mechanic adjusts the various suspension angles — known as toe, thrust, camber and caster — that influence tire movement and position.