3D Confocal Imaging Sensors Take On Tough Surface Metrology Applications

3D Confocal Imaging Sensors Take On Tough Surface Metrology Applications
FocalSpec

The company’s latest 3D Line Confocal Imaging (LCI) sensors can be integrated into both in-production and standalone 3D scanning systems. They enable a non-contact measurement of surface profile, 3D dimensions, surface roughness, flatness, layer thickness, air gaps etc. on hard-to-measure parts, components and assemblies. LCI is a natively three-dimensional technology that simultaneously acquires 2048 3D surface points and offers resolutions up to 100 nanometers (0.004 mil) at the maximum rate of 2500 scans per second, depending on the sensor model and settings. The maximum length of the measurement profile line is 16.4 mm (0.63”). The launch of the LCI Sensors coincides with FocalSpec exhibiting at the Sensors Expo 2016 in San Jose, CA, June 22 - 23. The company and its sensors can be found at the booth # 223.

FocalSpec Inc.
Cumming, GA
770-713-0837
[email protected]
http://www.focalspec.com

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Company: FocalSpec
Country: United States (USA)

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