What is the optimal metrology solution for a specific task?
Given the abundance of measuring instruments, those responsible for production and quality assurance ask themselves precisely this question when it comes to investing in a surface measuring instrument.
Our guide helps narrow down potential solutions, making it easier for you to make the right choice.
The investment guide for surface metrology includes answers to the following questions:
- What influence does the measuring location have on the selection of measuring technology?
- What is the importance of measuring speed?
- To what extent does the quality of surfaces determine the choice of measuring instrument?
- What accuracy can tactile and optical measuring instruments achieve?
Our guide helps you make decisions by asking the right questions and explaining what they mean when it comes to choosing the measuring instrument. A decision matrix at the end of the guide additionally visualises the results.
After reading, you will know what points to consider when choosing a surface measuring instrument.
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