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Versatile Materials Characterization Solution in Additive Manufacturing

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Torben Wulff Solutions Manager, ZEISS Microscopy

Additive manufacturing is one of the top trends in academic research and industry. There are various microscopy and metrology tools that are used to inspect and analyze the different steps of additive manufacturing from powder to printing to post printing inspection. This webinar provides some key examples of how light microscopy is an important tool in many key steps of this process.

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