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Non-contact Measurement System

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AURORA, Ill., July 29, 2022 — Non-contact Measurement SystemThe Quick Vision Pro Series 3D non-contact measurement system from Mitutoyo America Corp. features the StrobeSnap vision measuring function to speed up run time and provide higher throughput for high-precision measurements.

Optional Tracking Auto Focus (TAF) utilizes a laser tracker that will keep the part in focus while moving the joystick, eliminating the need to keep manually focusing on the part if it is not flat. An optional Stream function realizes high throughput using nonstop measurements that synchronizes the main XY unit drive and strobe lighting. Stream takes images intermittently without stopping the stage and performs batch measurements at the same time, greatly improving measurement speeds.
Jul 2022
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