3D Optical Profilometer

ContourX-100

Streamlined and affordable benchtop for roughness metrology

Highlights

ContourX-100

The ContourX-100 Optical Profilometer sets a new benchmark for accurate and repeatable non-contact surface metrology at a best-in-class price point. The small footprint system offers uncompromised 2D/3D high-resolution measurement capabilities in a streamlined package that incorporates decades of proprietary Bruker white light interferometry (WLI) innovation. Next-generation enhancements include a new 5 MP camera and updated stage for larger stitching capabilities, and a new measurement mode, USI,  for even greater convenience and flexibility for precision machined surfaces, thick films, and tribology applications. You will not find a benchtop system with better value than the ContourX-100.

Industry-best
Z resolution
Offers constant, precision measurements, independent of magnification.
Unmatched
metrology value
Delivers streamlined design without compromised measurement capabilities.
User-friendly
software interface
Provides intuitive access to an extensive library of pre-programmed filters and analyses.

Features

Features

Unparalleled Metrology

WLI offers constant and ultimate vertical resolution for all objectives.

The ContourX-100 profiler is the culmination of over four decades of proprietary optical innovation and industry leadership in non-contact surface metrology, characterization, and imaging. The system utilizes 3D WLI and 2D imaging technology for multiple analyses in a single acquisition. ContourX-100 is robust in all surface situations from 0.05% to 100% reflectivity.

Unmatched Value and Analysis

ContourX-100 manual stage.

With thousands of customized analyses and Bruker’s simple and powerful VisionXpress™ and Vision64® user interfaces, the ContourX-100 benchtop is optimized for productivity in both labs and on factory floors. The hardware and software combine to provide streamlined access to top high-throughput optical performance, completely outclassing comparable metrology technologies.

Applications

Applications

Surface-Independent Metrology with Application-Specific Solutions

Precision Engineering

Keep the surface texture and geometric dimensions of precision-engineered parts within tight specification limits. Our gage-capable measurement systems provide efficient feedback and reporting as you monitor, track, and evaluate processes and assess GD&T conformance.

MEMS and Sensors

Perform high-throughput, highly repeatable etch depth, film thickness, step-height, and surface roughness measurements, as well as advanced critical dimension metrology of MEMS and optical MEMS. Optical profiling can characterize devices throughout the manufacturing process from wafer to final test, and even through transparent packaging.

Orthopedics/Ophthalmics

Obtain precise, repeatable measurements of implant materials and components through the complete product life cycle. Our WLI optical profilers support R&D, QA, and QC analyses, for applications ranging from characterization of surface parameters of lens and injection molds to surface finish verification and wear of medical devices.

Tribology

Measure, analyze, and control the impact of friction, wear, lubrication, and corrosion on material/component performance and lifespans. Determine quantitative wear parameters and perform fast pass/fail inspections on the widest range of shiny, smooth, or rough surfaces.

Semiconductors

Improve yield and reduce costs for both front- and back-end manufacturing processes with automated, non-contact, wafer-scale metrology systems. Perform post-CMP die flatness inspection; bump height, coplanarity, and defect identification and analysis; and measure the critical dimensions of component structures.

Optics

Better understand the root causes of defects and optimize polishing and finishing processes with accurate and repeatable sub-nm roughness measurements. Our non-contact metrology systems enable compliance with increasingly stringent specifications and ISO norms for samples ranging from small aspheric and free-form optics, to optical components with complex geometries, to diffraction gratings and microlenses.

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