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Defining and Describing Surface Error

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Author: Mark Malburg and Mike Zecchino
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Digital Metrology Solutions Inc.

Controlling optical component performance requires well-defined measurement processes. Analysis software can help by guiding users through the steps of the measurement process (geometry fitting, filtering, and defining parameters) and by making it simple to visualize the impact of analysis options. Highly visual, interactive software makes it possible for designers, technicians, and inspectors to interact with the same 3D data, providing consistency and broad dissemination of process information.

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