Optical measurement systems
Confovis measuring systems
Optical 3D measurement of most difficult surfaces
An example for this is contacts (mostly gold) of a USB stick, which are embedded in insulation material (mostly plastic), which puts other 3D measuring systems to the test due to the different materials. With the optical 3D measuring systems from Confovis such difficult combinations of material and surface can be handled without the use of filters. The same applies to extremely hard layers (e.g., DLC coatings or amorphous carbon layers such as ta-C), which can be detected at every process step. Due to the frequently random distribution of the structural elements of these surfaces, the use of Confovis measuring systems supply higher parameter stability than tactile devices.
Optical 3D measurement with Confovis
Whether in production, clean rooms, test laboratories or in research & development: the Confovis measurement systems are easy to integrate, simple to operate and provide measuring results with an accuracy down to the single-digit nanometer range even in harsh environments. Besides, measurements are made at high speed, which saves valuable time.
The optical measurement systems of Confovis can be integrated
Detailed surface measurements are not yet standard in measuring machines or inspection systems, so that roughness or waviness must be measured at no less than two different stations. This requires higher input and therefore longer measuring time.
Simple integration into coordinate measuring machines (CMM) is ensured by the robust design (no moving parts). This eliminates the need for transfer times and also ensures the uniformity of data transfer.