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(22 April 2021)
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Webinar: Where are optical systems displacing tactile methods?
Organized by Bruker Alicona
22 April 2021 (Thursday)
4:00PM SG / MY / PHL Time
3:00PM TH / Jakarta Time
 
Where are optical systems displacing tactile methods?
 
Until now, geometries such as bores and vertical free-forms were hardly measurable optically. The lateral probing of components with vertical surfaces was limited to tactile measuring systems, CT solutions or complex special solutions. This changes with Vertical Focus Probing, an extension of the Focus Variation, which allows optical measurement of components with more than 90°. Component features such as bores, reference surfaces, contours, lengths, etc. can thus be measured with high accuracy, high resolution and short measuring times.
 
In the first part of the webinar, we will show you what is possible with Vertical Focus Probing, what limitations there are and, of course, why we can do all this.
 
In the second part, different components from various industries are verified. We will show you which component features can be measured optically with high precision and why tactile systems reach their limits here.
 
During a closing Q&A session, our team of presenters will be available to answer your questions live.
 
Presenters
Urban Muraus (Sales Director)
Franz Helmli (Head of R&D)
Martina Blattl (Head of Applications)
Bruker Alicona