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MULTISENSOR METROLOGY

Photonics Spectra
May 2004
OGP (Optical Gaging Products)Request Info
 
MULTISENSOR METROLOGY The SmartScope Quest 650 multisensor metrology system from Optical Gaging Products Inc. enables users to measure a wider variety of features on a manufactured part in a single setup. The system supports sensor technologies such as video, laser, touch-probe and microprobe. The standard system features a measurement volume of 600 × 660 × 300 mm, and the company offers an option to increase the Z-axis range to 400 mm. Cooled linear motors with 50-nm resolution provide high throughput and accuracy. System software is compatible with MeasureMind 3D Multisensor for CAD import, contour analysis and fitting, custom report generation and data export.


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GLOSSARY
microprobe
An instrument that produces an intense, tightly focused beam of ions to stimulate emissions from a minute section of a sample undergoing spectroscopic analysis. The ion beams found in microprobes are used in mass spectrometry; where laser light is used in absorption spectroscopy; and x-rays are used in crystal spectroscopy.
video
Referring to the bandwidth and spectrum location of the signal produced by television or radar scanning.
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