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Zygo rolls 3D imaging and surface metrology system

28 Aug 2013

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Zygo Corporation recently unveiled the Nexview profiler, a next-generation 3D imaging and measurement system for rapid, precise, quantitative, and interactive surface metrology.

The Nexview profiler is optimised for non-contact surface metrology of an extensive variety of samples and surfaces from the very smooth to the very rough. With sub-nanometre vertical resolution at all magnifications, metrologists need not sacrifice precision for changes in field of view. Using non-contact 3D technology, the system will safely measure fragile and transparent materials without altering the test surface. Its high speed performance, even on steep slopes up to 85°, lets the Nexview profiler save time compared to magnification dependent technologies.

Making the most of multiple technological advances, the Nexview profiler and its Mx software package produce extremely high fidelity surface topography maps for measuring roughness, flatness, angles, films, steps, and more. This new software platform acts as a simple to use and learn single interface for system control and data analysis, providing rich interactive 3D maps, quantitative topography information, and intuitive measurement navigation.

With simple software application recipes, a wide range of objective magnifications, and convenient automation setup built-in, the Nexview profiler accommodates multiple parts and setups. Recipe changes are quick and easy; with new recipes typically taking only minutes to configure. Additionally, specialised software modules for measurement in the presence of transparent films and 2D vision analysis are available for expanded functionality.

More information regarding Zygo's Nexview profiler can be found here.




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