Stylus and Optical Profilometry Webinars

Breakthrough Metrology Advances of 3D Optical Profilers

Learn about our 3D optical metrology solutions for improving ease-of-use and accuracy when measuring surface finishes on precision machined parts


Accurate surface finish measurement is critical to the performance and functional lifespan of precision machined parts.

This webinar focuses on the features and capabilities that enable our optical profilers to deliver high-accuracy surface roughness measurements while also providing greater ease-of-use for system operators.

Find out more about the technology featured in this webinar or our other solutions for 3D surface measurement:

Recorded on October 22, 2018

Measure Surface Finishes on Precision Machined Parts with Ease and Accuracy

Viewers will learn more about advanced metrology capabilities including:
  • Achieving sub-nanometer vertical resolution on MEMS and microfluidics, and other large-stepped surfaces
  • Breaking the diffraction limit on patterned surfaces and gratings
  • Protocols for measuring highly-sloped samples >75°
  • Thickness measurements of transparent films (as thin as 100nm)
  • VisionMap software report generation for effective communication of results
  • Data processing with the latest areal s-parameters (ISO25178 compliant)


Samuel Lesko, Ph.D.
Dir. of Technology and Apps Development for Tribology, Stylus & Optical Profilers, Bruker


Samuel Lesko has over 20 years of optical and stylus profiler applications experience, particularly in using white-light interferometry in a wide variety of fields, from MEMS and semiconductor to automotive and aerospace. He is a member of SME and part of ISO/TC 213/WG committee (areal roughness) and obtained his physics Ph.D. and material science engineering degree at the University of Burgundy in France.