Spotlight on Two Dimensions

ZEISS ViScan

ViScan -  2D optical probe

Performing touch and optical measurements on one machine

The complexity of test pieces today is so extensive that contact or optical sensors alone are no longer sufficient. With the ZEISS ViScan 2D optical probe, it is now possible to perform touch and optical measurements on one machine.

ZEISS ViScan

Features
Camera sensor is particularly suitable for touch-sensitive surfaces

The hallmark of ZEISS ViScan is its flexibility in all aspects: combined with RDS, it permits measurements in all spatial directions without rechucking the part. Different lenses are also available.

ZEISS ViScan is particularly well-suited for the measurement of parts with very small or two-dimensional geometries and/or soft materials such as sheet metal, rubber or plastic parts. Difficult measurements can also be performed on low-contrast test pieces such as punched components or printed circuit boards using the optional, mobile transmitted light stages with LED illumination.

Measurement by image processing

The working distance is practically independent of the lens used, thus allowing the measurement of deep features. In addition to the measurement in the image, the auto-focus system also permits measurements perpendicular to the camera plane.

Measurement of parts with very small or two-dimensional geometries and/or soft materials