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Sensofar Metrology S Wide Optical Gage Performs One-Shot Height Measurement

IMTS Spark: Sensofar Metrology’s S Wide non-contact 3D optical gage is designed for micro-scale measurement of large areas with advanced inspection and analysis capabilities.
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Sensofar S Wide

Sensofar Metrology’s S Wide non-contact 3D optical gage is designed for micro-scale measurement of large areas with advanced inspection and analysis capabilities. The device provides a measuring area of 300 × 300 mm (11.8" × 11.8"). Features include one-shot height measurement up to 40 mm without Z scanning; sub-micron height repeatability over its entire area; form deviation from 3D CAD models (providing the geometric difference and tolerance measurement; and bi-telecentric lenses with very low field distortion. 

SensoScan drives the system with an intuitive and user-friendly interface, coupled with SensoView software for a range of analysis tasks. SensoPro automates analysis modules ease quality control procedures. 

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