FOR SALE: KUPER K1800 Computerized 3D 4-Wheel Alignment

Kuper K1800 4-Wheel 3D Wheel Aligner

For sale the most affordable but trusted quality  KUPER K1800 Computerized 3D 4-Wheel  alignment machine here in the Philippines. This wheel alignment machine suitable for Caster adjustment job, Camber correction, and toe-in/toe-out reading.

FREE: Free installation and  Delivery INSIDE METRO MANILA.


FOR: OUTSIDE METRO MANILA free installation, but charges may apply on shipment of machine and transportation, accommodation of our technician during machine Installation and Training.

CONTACT: Erwin C. Salarda – Veritek Inc. Sales and Technical Support.

DEALER:  Veritek Incorporated the leading dealer and distributor of auto shop equipment in the Philippines. We provide warranty after-sales service and spare parts to our machines.

ADDRESS: 11B baesa road, Quezon City – 0915 568 4578



  • 3D Technology
  • 3D Instructional Video
  • More than 50 thousand car models
  • 1.3 Megapixel camera
  • Ultra-thin Aluminum Alloy target disk
  • Image stabilizing System
  • Durable lamp bead
  • four-point wheel clamp
  • Easy to update vehicle database
  • Add manually the vehicle data for local vehicle
  • very easy to use and to operate
  • fast and reliable reading of wheel alignment data

Package Included:

  1. Computer Set
  2. Wheel Alignment Software w/ Database
  3. Security Dongle (Micro dog)
  4. 1 Camera Beam w/ 2 Intelligent 1.3MP Camera
  5. 4 Target Disk
  6.  Camera Post
  7. Camera Holder
  8. 4 Clamp Holder
  9. 4 Target Disk Clamp
  10. 2 Turn Tables
  11. 1 Steering Lock
  12. 1 Pedal Lock
  13. 1 ground Rod
  14. Bolts and Nuts


  • POwer Supply: 220 volts

What is 3D Wheel 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 a reference system with camber and inclination pendulums in each sensor head.

What is Caster Adjustment

The caster angle or castor angle is the angular displacement of the steering axis from the vertical axis of a steered wheel in a car, motorcycle, bicycle, other vehicle or a vessel, as seen from the side of the vehicle. The steering axis in a car with dual ball joint suspension is an imaginary line that runs through the center of the upper ball joint to the center of the lower ball joint, or through the center of the kingpin for vehicles having a kingpin.

Caster causes a wheel to align with the direction of travel, and can be accomplished either by caster displacement or caster angle. Caster displacement moves the steering axis ahead of the axis of wheel rotation, as with the front wheels of a shopping cart. Caster angle moves the steering axis from vertical.

In automobile racing, the caster angle may be adjusted to optimize handling characteristics for a particular venue. This is all connected to the front wheels.

What is Camber Correction

Camber Wheel alignment: Camber. Camber is the tilting of the wheels from the vertical when viewed from the front of the vehicle. When wheels tilt outward at the top, the camber is positive; when wheels tilt inward at the top, the camber is negative. The amount of tilt is measured in degrees from the vertical.

A camber kit corrects this problem by extending the length of the upper control arm, allowing the ball joint which holds the control arm in place to be adjusted. It can be moved out for negative camber correction or in for a positive correction. This along with an alignment correction is the ultimate defense against camber wear.

What is Toe-in/Toe-out

Toe, or tracking, is when a car’s wheels point to the right or left side in an asymmetric angle. Toe-in, also known as positive toe, refers to front wheels tilting towards the centerline of a vehicle, while toe-out, or negative toe, is when the rear wheels tilt outwards of from a vehicle’s centerline.

Toe is one of the three major alignment configuration parameters in a car. It is a basic setting that has a considerable impact on a car’s directional stability and tire wearing angle. It also changes according to a vehicle’s speed.