Hi all, I'm unsure if this is the right place to post this... but what the hell I'm sure someone will correct me if it's not. I work for a precision stone manufacturer working with granite and a few other types of natural stone products. We utilize some old (1940's) drilling machines that are accurate, but have a long setup time. In particular, establishing our X and Y datum reference and calibration, along with checking and adjusting the levelness of the stone. This machinery is old and doesn't have the ability to compensate should one of these things be off, it has to be manually adjusted by the operator and rechecked. This is compounded by the fact that we handle stones of varying dimensions on each system on a daily bases (ranging from ~14" to well over 150"). I have been looking into laser axis measurement systems and have very little understanding of what to look for. Is something along the lines of the Renishaw XL-80 laser system a potential solution? If I am looking for the wrong thing I would appreciate any feedback I could get!