This webinar focuses on the use of non-contact optical profilometers and related analyses to accurately measure micro-roughness of surfaces, rank materials, and assess (and improve) product design efficiency and performance.
The 3D areal surface texture analyses made possible by advanced optical profilometry techniques are ideally suited for more than just quantitative defect detection and correction; mean roughness and other areal roughness parameters can be used to differentiate surfaces and quantify their efficiency for intended applications.
Geared toward scientists and engineers interested in characterizing the metrology, tribology, and surface-related performance of materials and devices — particularly those working in R&D or process and quality control — this webinar explains:
The presentation includes case studies from the automotive, sensors, optics, and medical industries.
This webinar was presented on June 17, 2019.
Find out more about the technology featured in this webinar or our other solutions for surface roughness quantification:
Samuel Lesko, Ph.D.
Dir. of Technology and Apps Development for Tribology, Stylus & Optical Profilers, Bruker