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8/14/2017

Inspection System Measures 2D Parts in 360 Degrees

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Westec 2017: Oasis will showcase the new addition to its inspection system, the motorized rotary stage.

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Oasis will showcase the new addition to its inspection system, the motorized rotary stage. This feature takes 2D measurement to 360 degrees, letting the user define how many times to rotate and measure the part. The system then returns the average of the data, as well as the minimum and maximum values. The company will also feature its CoreX2 system, which is designed to have large field of view; its Elite Dual system, which has two fields of view; and its cost-friendly Core system.

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