Improving Additive Manufacturing with Accurate Surface Metrology

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Author: Stephen Hopkins
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Bruker Nano Surfaces

Standard manufacturing formative techniques (e.g., molding, injecting, casting, stamping, forging) and subtractive processes (e.g., CNC milling and turning, drilling, cutting) are being challenged by new technologies, such as additive manufacturing, 3D printing, and laser surface texturing. This application note compares some of these new technologies and discusses how 3D optical profiling contributes to the optimization of new manufacturing processes.

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additive manufacturingImagingMaterialsTest & Measurementsurface metrologyOptical profilingsubtractive processesfailure analysisareal measurementprocess optimizationquality control
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