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100 kHz Version of Non-Contact 3D Metrology Systems

Novacam Technologies announced an increase in the maximum scanning speed of its Microcam-4D systems, from 30,000 to 100,000 3D points per second.  

The company offers its fiber-based systems that measure hard-to-reach spaces such as interiors of tubes and bores and that acquire high-aspect-ratio features such as steps, undercuts, grooves, splines or threads. Novacam systems are based on low-coherence interferometry (LCI) and are capable of measuring dimensions (GD&T), as well as roughness, defects and/or thickness with micron precision.

"The boost in acquisition speed responds to increasing demand for faster and denser surface scans, such as for measurement of dimensions, roughness and defects on all kinds of surfaces - automotive valves and couplings, threaded orthopedic implants, jet engine turbine blisks, electronic industry CMP pads, precision-machined cutting tools, barrels and more," said Vuk Bartulovic, President of Novacam.

"These are not photos our systems are capturing and interpreting - rather they are very dense point clouds of 3D measurements that provide precise and timely surface-mapping information to manufacturers," continued Bartulovic. "Novacam systems, with their small-diameter fiber-based probes, are easily integrated in automated inspection stations right on high-volume production lines. They enable 100% inspection of manufactured components."

The 100 kHz speed applies to all Novacam non-contact 3D metrology systems, including TubeInspect, BoreInspect, SurfaceInspect and EdgeInspect.

For more information contact:

Novacam Technologies Inc.

277 Lakeshore Road, Suite #04

Pointe Claire, Quebec, H9S 4L2



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