Optical Metrology Gets Upgrades

The SmartScope Quest 300 benchtop multisensor optical metrology system will be introduced by Optical Gaging Products Inc. (OGP), Rochester, N.Y.

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The SmartScope Quest 300 benchtop multisensor optical metrology system will be introduced by Optical Gaging Products Inc. (OGP), Rochester, N.Y. It offers non-contact, micron-level measurements within a 12 x 12 x 10 in. envelope. It can measure parts of virtually any material, color, softness, or opacity, OGP says. Measurement routines can be programmed for repetitive measurement of a batch of f xtured parts. OGP has also expanded its SmartScope ZIP family of CNC video measurement systems. It supports additional sensor technologies (contact and non-contact), such as the new ZIP TTL (through-the-lens) laser for linear and area scans of surface contours. (800) 647-4243 • www.ogpnet.com

Optical Gaging Products, Inc.
850 Hudson Avenue Rochester, NY 14621-4896
Phone (585) 544-0400 Fax (585) 544-8092 

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