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Optical Thickness Gauges

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Optical Thickness Gauges Bristol Instruments offers a family of instruments that use the unique properties of light to precisely measure the critical parameter of thickness. The primary advantage of this optical technique is that it makes non-contact measurements with sub-micron accuracy. Both hard and soft materials are analyzed without damage or deformation. In addition, this optical technique enables the simultaneous measurement of up to 31 layers. Originally designed for R&D and laboratory environments, Bristol Optical Thickness Gauges have evolved into high volume production and in-line quality control tools. These instruments surpass the capabilities of traditional measurement techniques and address today’s challenging manufacturing tolerances. Rugged design, straightforward operation, and production-ready software features allow for easy integration and use in laboratory and manufacturing environments.


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Productsopticsmulti-layer thickness measurementthickness measurementnon-contactthickness gaugesoptical thickness gaugesnon-contact thickness measurementnon-destructive testingoptical assembly

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