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Real-time Group Refractive Index Measurement Of Fluids Using Interferometry

Posted June 21, 2017 by Kristin

Abstract — Maintaining proper chemical composition of fluids is an important control parameter for a variety of different production processes. This is especially critical in the medical device manufacturing to maintain high quality standards. One method to monitor fluid composition is to measure its refractive index.

filed under: Non contact thickness measurement, optical thickness measurement, refractive index measurement, interferometry, metrology, liquid refractive index measurement

Automated Dimensional Measurement of Microfluidic Flow Cells

Posted May 31, 2017 by Kristin

Abstract—Lumetrics, Inc. (Rochester, NY) has made inspection of internal dimensions of microfluidic flow cells possible with low-coherence white light interferometry. The OptiGauge II can measure internal channel heights down to 12 microns with 100 nanometer precision quickly and non-destructively. Machine vision-aided inspection stations can quantify other critical dimensions of entire production runs, ensuring higher product quality and that the performance specifications are met.

filed under: Non contact thickness measurement, optical thickness measurement, flow cell, machine vision, interferometry, metrology, microfluidics

Discovery Service From Lumetrics

Posted May 17, 2017 by Kristin

Over the past 15 years Lumetrics has worked closely with many customers to develop custom metrology solutions to meet specific measurement challenges.

filed under: Non contact thickness measurement

Wavefront API Software Application Note

Posted May 04, 2017 by Kristin

Lumetrics has offered various solutions utilizing the Shack-Hartmann wavefront sensor for years further building upon its portfolio with new offerings in the metrology field.

filed under: wavefront measurement,

Overview: Lumetrics Precision Measurement Solutions

Posted April 26, 2017 by Kristin

Lumetrics offers high precision non-contact thickness measurement, wavefront measurement, and custom engineering services.

filed under: Non contact thickness measurement

International Converting Exhibition: Measuring Multi-layer films and coatings

Posted April 25, 2017 by Kristin

Lumetrics and InDev A-C-T (www.indevsystems.com) are co-exhibiting at the ICE (International Converting Exhibition) conference in Orlando Florida April 25-27.   Lumetrics is featuring the OptiGauge II utilized for measuring multi-layer films, (including EVOH layer) and coatings.  Click here to download our white paper on measuring food packaging materials.

filed under: multi layer films, film thickness measurement, food packaging inspection

Vision Accomplished: The Bionic Eye

Posted April 04, 2017 by Kristin

An interesting article from the most recent issue of Optics and Photonics News discusses ophthalmic prosthetic devices to help those who suffer from diseases that cause loss of eyesight:

Measurement of Film Stacks

Posted March 30, 2017 by Kristin
The field of touchscreen technology is undergoing an explosive growth and development. It is
difficult to imagine a personal life without a smartphone, a tablet, or some other touchscreen device.  Laptops and desktops alike have acquired touchscreen capabilities. With high pace of the consumer electronics market, there is significa
nt pressure on all aspects of touchscreen business, from improvements in technology, to improvements in quality control, to marketing.  Read More

filed under: multi layer thickness measurement, film thickness measurement

Measurement of a Lens Stack

Posted March 30, 2017 by Kristin

The camera lens stack manufacturing process relies heavily on polished lenses that have precise thicknesses and distances between individual lenses.

filed under: multi layer thickness measurement, Non contact thickness measurement, lens measurement

Spherical Aberration Standards and Measurement System Stability Over Time

Posted March 01, 2017 by Kristin

A Shack-Hartmann wave-front sensor system has been used to measure a set of plano-convex lenses at two different times, separated by almost 2 years. The plano-convex lenses were selected to cover a range of powers and apertures relevant to intraocular lenses, and were measured at two different orientations. The results demonstrate the high temporal stability of the measurement system, as well as of the glass standard.

filed under: Thickness Measurement