Wednesday, March 9, 2016

High accuracy measurements to meet manufacturing needs (via ERC)

In recent years, freeform surfaces are being manufactured more frequently and are being used in a wide variety of products such as optical systems, energy-efficient jet engines, human joint implants, solar panels. As freeform surfaces - also called complex surfaces - have often no symmetries at all, it is complicated to ensure good quality during their manufacturing. With the requirements imposed by continuous technological development, the need to make and measure these surfaces to a very high precision becomes more and more important.

from EUROPA - Syndicated Research News Feed

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