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Areal Surface Texture Analysis for Both the Lab and the Engineer’s Desk

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Author: Mark Malburg, Ph.D.
Thursday, March 07, 2019
Digital Metrology Solutions Inc.

Most 3D surface texture analysis software is geared toward highly trained metrology professionals, leaving design, manufacturing and quality engineers to rely on their lab to interpret the data. This paper discusses a new approach: by introducing a step-by-step and visual process, Digital Metrology’s OmniSurf3D software allows designers, managers and process engineers to explore surface texture and to communicate, both, graphically and numerically, texture data to improve component performance.

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