Measurement / Industry Headlines
INDUSTRY HEADLINE

Industry Expert to Speak at Olympus Booth at IMTS 2014

CENTER VALLEY, Penn. — Olympus, a global technology leader in industrial imaging solutions, will have its experts available for product demonstrations at IMTS on September 8-13 in Chicago.

Featured industry expert Dr. Chris Brown, PE, FASME, will provide insight on topics such as the value of surface metrology and measurement and analysis of surface roughness through a series of in-booth talks at Olympus booth #E5623.

Brown's speaking schedule is as follows*:

Monday, September 8

• 10:30 a.m.— Roughness Beyond Ra: The Value and Science of Surface Metrology
• 1 p.m.— Measuring and Analyzing the Roughness of Machined Surfaces
• 3 p.m.— Measuring and Analyzing the Roughness of Surfaces Made by Additive Manufacturing

Tuesday, September 9

• 9:30 a.m.— Roughness Beyond Ra: The Value and Science of Surface Metrology

Wednesday, September 10

• 12:30 p.m.— Roughness Beyond Ra: The Value and Science of Surface Metrology
• 2:30 p.m.— Measuring and Analyzing the Roughness of Machined Surfaces
• 4 p.m.— Measuring and Analyzing the Roughness of Surfaces Made by Additive Manufacturing

Thursday, September 11
• 10:30 a.m.— Roughness Beyond Ra: The Value and Science of Surface Metrology
• 1 p.m.— Measuring and Analyzing the Roughness of Machined Surfaces
• 3 p.m.— Measuring and Analyzing the Roughness of Surfaces Made by Additive Manufacturing

The Olympus booth will be exhibiting the OLS4100 and DSX100 microscope systems as well as Stream and Inspector software (descriptions below). Select NDT products such as the DELTA Professional, IPLEX RT/RX, EPOCH 600, 38DLP, OmniScan SX, and the new NORTEC 600 will also be featured.

• The LEXT OLS4100 laser confocal microscope system is designed to deliver nanometer-level imaging, accurate 3D measurement, and outstanding surface roughness analysis. The OLS4100 features new auto brightness and high-speed stitching modes.
DSX100 opto-digital microscope technology combines cutting-edge optical performance (opto) with the operational convenience (digital) of a smartphone or tablet, allowing users to easily create, process, and share high-resolution digital images.
• Stream micro-imaging software allows users to seamlessly acquire, process, and measure images, then create valuable data and reports. Stream 1.9 includes a host of features designed to further enhance workflow and simple, flexible system operation.
• Developed in response to increasing requirements for particle counting and cleanliness inspection, the newly updated Inspector 5.64 image analysis software provides accurate and reproducible particle detection, measurement, and documentation.

*Schedule subject to change

For more information on Olympus, visit olympus-ims.com.

Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to Quality Magazine. 

You must login or register in order to post a comment.

Multimedia

Videos

Podcasts

Charles J. Hellier has been active in the technology of nondestructive testing and related quality and inspection fields since 1957. Here he talks with Quality's managing editor, Michelle Bangert, about the importance of training.
More Podcasts

Quality Magazine

CoverImage

2015 February

The February 2015 edition of Quality Magazine includes this years Leadership 100.

Table Of Contents Subscribe

The Skills Gap

What is the key to solving the so-called skills gap in the quality industry?
View Results Poll Archive

Clear Seas Research

qcast_ClearSeas_logo.gifWith access to over one million professionals and more than 60 industry-specific publications,Clear Seas Research offers relevant insights from those who know your industry best. Let us customize a market research solution that exceeds your marketing goals.

STAY CONNECTED

facebook_40.png twitter_40px.png  youtube_40px.pnglinkedin_40px.png  

eNewsletters