Data Integrity and The Digital Twin, Part 2

Metrology is moving from the lab to the manufacturing line, which brings non-contact techniques, digital twins, and the integrity of point clouds versus discrete measurement data under increased scrutiny. In our last post, we started discussing the Digital Twin....

Data Integrity and The Digital Twin, Part 1

Industrial production technologies are rapidly advancing, and traditional metrology is increasingly turning to non-contact measurement techniques to keep pace. To maintain the higher throughputs required by product demands, production metrology processes are moving...

Improving Product Quality Through Automation

While automating metrology and inspection to improve product quality is not new, the reasons and goals to automate have evolved along with the technology and need. For example, inspection techniques used by contract manufacturers (low-volume/high-mix) versus...

Improving Long-Term Performance of Metrology Systems

In challenging manufacturing environments, 3 key factors influence the long-term performance of automated metrology systems installed in uncontrolled environments. Creating a metrology solution that consistently meets demanding production rates, yields and uptime is...