The Lumenarium: The official blog of Lumetrics, Inc.

Thickness Measurement Files: 7 Things We Can Measure

Posted March 19, 2014 by Kristin

1) Absorbable Stents - Read a great article on how a New Standard Focuses on Testing of Absorbable Stents 

filed under: Catheter Measurement, cell phone, Dimensional Measurement, medical device inspection, NIST Traceable, Non-Contact Measurement, Non contact thickness measurement, Optical Interferometry, Thickness Measurement

Tested Samples: Cell Phone Thickness Measurement

Posted February 26, 2014 by Kristin

From our file of "thickness measurement" challenges comes cell phone glass and its structure.  It's very easy for the OptiGauge™ to measure multiple layers of a product, but how does an engineer know what is good or bad?  Protective film, adhesive, outer glass- no problem.  We're often asked to measure the structure, especially the inner layers, and we do that very well! Read more

filed under: cell phone, Non contact thickness measurement, Optical Interferometry, Thickness Measurement

Tested Samples: Rock salt thickness measurement

Posted February 26, 2014 by Kristin

A few Lumetrics engineers were sitting around talking about what sorts of things we have measured and what interesting, or ordinary, things we can measure the thickness of. So, as we are asked to make thickness measurements of different objects, or as we think of things that would be fun to measure, we'll be bringing them to you.  Next up- rock salt! Read More

filed under: Non-Contact Measurement, Non contact thickness measurement, Optical Interferometry, Thickness Measurement

Tested Samples: Depth Thickness Measurement

Posted February 25, 2014 by Kristin

From our file of “Thickness Measurement” challenges comes a depth measurement application. Here’s another aspect of thickness measurement that the OptiGauge is ideal for – high precision depth measurement. Read More

filed under: Non-Contact Measurement, Non contact thickness measurement, Optical Interferometry, Thickness Measurement

Lumetrics Expands on National Science Foundation Research to Develop Revolutionary Tissue-measurement System

Posted February 14, 2014 by Kristin

Rochester, New York (PRWEB) February 05, 2014

filed under: medical device inspection, Non contact thickness measurement, Optical Interferometry, Thickness Measurement, tissue measurement

MD&M West 2014

Posted December 05, 2013 by Kristin

Lumetrics, Inc. will be exhibiting at the MD&M West 2014 trade show and exhibition on February 11th-13th at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.  Their booth (#2043) is located in the quality section of the show.

filed under: Canon Trade Shows, Engineering, laser beam profiling, Lumetrics, Lumetrics Inc., MD&M West 2014, medical device inspection, medical device measurement, Non-Contact Measurement, Non contact thickness measurement, Opthalmics, optical interferometry, QA/QC, Thickness Measurement, wavefront, WaveFront Sciences

Upcoming Event: MD&M East 2013

Posted April 18, 2013 by Kristin

Lumetrics will be exhibiting at MD&M East 2013 on June 18-20 in booth #2548.  Sample measurements using your custom samples will be available.  To set up an appointment please contact us at sales@lumetrics.com.

filed under: Non contact thickness measurement

Upcoming Event: Photonics West 2013 February 5-7 in San Francisco, CA

Posted November 01, 2012 by Kristin

Lumetrics will be exhibiting at the SPIE Photonics West 2013 Trade Show this coming February 5-7.  They will be located in booth #528 and will be talking about our latest products- the newly acquired WaveFront Sciences products as well as the hand-held fundus camera that they recently earned a $1m grant from the NIH to develop.

filed under: Booth #528, Lumetrics, medical device measurement, Non contact thickness measurement, OptiGauge, Photonics West 2013, SPIE, WaveFront Sciences

Lumetrics, Inc. Partners with Concept Machine Tool, Inc. to Bring Products and Services to Mid-West Markets

Posted August 08, 2012 by Kristin

NEWS RELEASE

filed under: concept machine tool, Lumetrics, medical device measurement, Non-Contact Measurement, Non contact thickness measurement, Optical Measurement, OptiGauge, QA/QC, quality control, Thickness Measurement

Bioabsorbable Stents

Posted June 07, 2012 by Kristin

The article-  “Now you see me, now you don't: The bioabsorbable stent in clinical practice”  by Michael Riordan is extremely interesting in its differing  opinions from the consulting physicians.  I would be interested in knowing how people feel the data has changed these views since the 18 months that the article was written.  I am sure that the “jury is still out” but what have you heard?  Please read the article below and then give us your opinion in the comments!

filed under: Non contact thickness measurement

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