Equipment for metrology, inspection and quality control of dimensional features, internal flaw levels, surface characteristics and other industry specialized parameters.
3D Scanners (51 suppliers)
3D Scanners use optical, laser, or other methods to capture 3-dimensional information about objects. The resulting data can be used to reverse engineer an object, measure it, convert it to a digital image, and other applications.
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Air Gages (110 suppliers)
Balancing Machines and Systems (91 suppliers)
Biological Microscopes (138 suppliers)
Bore and ID Gages (203 suppliers)
Borescopes (236 suppliers)
Borescopes are optical inspection tools that consist of a rigid or flexible tube, an eyepiece on one end, and an objective lens on the other. They use optical relay components to transfer images of bores and cylinders from a tip to an eyepiece.
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Calipers (283 suppliers)
Calipers typically use a precise slide movement for inside, outside, depth or step measurements. Some caliper types are used for comparing or transferring dimensions.
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CMM Probes (91 suppliers)
Coordinating measuring machine (CMM) probes are transducers that convert physical measurements into electrical signals, using various measuring systems within the probe structure.
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Color Meters and Appearance Instruments (155 suppliers)
Color meters and appearance instruments are used to measure the properties of paints and coatings including color, gloss, haze and transparency.
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Color Sensors (95 suppliers)
Color sensors register items by contrast, true color, or translucent index. True color sensors are based on one of the color models, most commonly the RGB model (red, green, blue).
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Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM) (183 suppliers)
Coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) are mechanical systems designed to move a measuring probe to determine the coordinates of points on a work piece surface.
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Depth Gages (170 suppliers)
Digital and Video Microscopes (222 suppliers)
Digital and video microscopes are instruments that use digital technology to magnify images of objects. They include built-in cameras and a series of high-powered lenses that provide superior image quality and resolution.
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Digital Readouts (151 suppliers)
Digital readouts are specialized displays for position and dimension readings from inspection gages and linear scales, or rotary encoders on machine tools.
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Dimensional and Profile Scanners (306 suppliers)
Dimensional Gages and Instruments (1,218 suppliers)
Dimensional gages and instruments provide quantitative measurements of product or component dimensional and form attributes such as wall thickness, depth, height, length, inner diameter (ID), outer diameter (OD), taper or bore.
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Dimensional Indicators and Comparators (215 suppliers)
Dimensional indicators and comparators measure where the linear movement of a precision spindle or probe is amplified.
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Distance Meters (127 suppliers)
Electron Microscopes (62 suppliers)
Electron microscopes use a focused beam of electrons instead of light to "image" the specimen and gain information as to its structure and composition.
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Electronic Noses (10 suppliers)
Electronic noses detect chemical makeup of odors and flavors, each of which has an identifiable 'fingerprint.'
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Feed Escapements (26 suppliers)
Feed escapements are used for individually feeding parts from hoppers, conveyors, magazines, tracks, and vibratory feeders.
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Fiberscopes (92 suppliers)
Fiberscopes are flexible borescopes that use fiber optic technology, an eyepiece at one end, and a lens at the other to inspect bores and cavities. They house fiber optic bundles in a flexible tube that allows users to change the viewing angle or navigate curved paths.
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Fixed Gages (83 suppliers)
Fixed gages are designed to access a specific attribute based on comparative gaging. These gages are used for quickly assessing approximate size in a go / no-go manner.
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Form Gages and Form Gaging Systems (90 suppliers)
Form gages and form gaging systems are used to inspect parameters such as roundness, angularity, squareness, straightness, flatness, runout, taper and concentricity.
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Gage Blocks (124 suppliers)
Height Gages (174 suppliers)
Infrared Windows (35 suppliers)
Infrared windows are IR transmissive viewing-port inspection devices designed for enclosure integration. They are used for real-time visual monitoring of infrared (IR) light produced by a variety of heat-generating sources.
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Interferometers (112 suppliers)
Levels (212 suppliers)
Levels are mechanical or electronic tools that measure the inclination of a surface relative to the earth's surface. Levels vary from simple mechanical devices to complex electronic sensors that digitally readout angular level values.
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Machine Alignment Equipment (88 suppliers)
Machine alignment equipment is used to align rotating or moving parts and machine components.
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Magnifiers (173 suppliers)
Magnifiers enlarge the appearance of objects when viewed through a lens. These facilitate the inspection of fine details and the assembly of small components.
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Masters and Setting Gages (103 suppliers)
Measuring Microscopes (111 suppliers)
Measuring microscopes are used by toolmakers for measuring the properties of tools. These microscopes are often used for dimensional measurement with lower magnifying powers to allow for brighter, sharper images combined with a wide field of view.
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Metallurgical Microscopes (82 suppliers)
Micrometers (277 suppliers)
Micrometers are instruments for precision dimensional gaging consisting of a ground spindle and anvil mounted in a C-shaped steel frame. Noncontact laser micrometers are also available.
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Microscope Stages (76 suppliers)
Microscope stages are platforms where specimens are placed for observation with a microscope. They are often equipped with a mechanical device which holds the specimen slide in place, but allows the back-and-forth and side-to-side movement of the slide.
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Microscopes (702 suppliers)
Microscopy and Metallography Sample Preparation Equipment (99 suppliers)
Microscopy sample preparation equipment and metallography sample preparation equipment is used for the preparation of samples for metallographic or microscopic inspection and analysis.
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Microtomes (10 suppliers)
Microtomes are machines that cut extremely thin sections from a sample for transmitted electron (TEM) or light microscopy applications.
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Optical and Light Microscopes (271 suppliers)
Optical and light microscopes use the visible or near-visible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to magnify images of objects.
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Optical Comparators (121 suppliers)
Optical comparators are instruments that project a magnified image or profile of a part onto a screen for comparison to a standard overlay profile or scale.
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Optical Micrometers and Laser Micrometers (72 suppliers)
Laser micrometers measure extremely small distances using laser technology.
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Pigging Systems and Pigging Products (80 suppliers)
Pigging systems and pigging products are used to inspect, clean, or service a portion of piping without stopping the process flow.
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Plug and Pin Gages (197 suppliers)
Plug and pin gauges are used to compare hole and slot dimensions or locations to specific tolerances. This product area includes go gauges and no-go gauges.
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Protractors and Angle Gages (86 suppliers)
Ring Gages (133 suppliers)
Rules and Length Gauges (246 suppliers)
Rules and length gauges are flat, graduated scales used for length measurement. For OEM applications, digital or electronic linear scales are often used.
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Semiconductor Metrology Instruments (206 suppliers)
Semiconductor metrology instruments are designed for wafer and thin film in-line inspection after semiconductor processing. They include capacitance gages, C-V systems, electron beam probes, ellipsometers, interferometers, I-V system, magnetometers, optical systems, profilometers, reflectometers, resistance probes, RHEED systems, and X-ray diffractometers.
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Snap Gages (65 suppliers)
Snap gages are used in production settings where specific diametrical or thickness measurements must be repeated frequently with precision and accuracy.
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Specialty Microscopes (225 suppliers)
Specialty microscopes are designed for specific applications such as metallurgy or gemology. They use specialized techniques or technologies such as acoustics to produce magnification.
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Squares (88 suppliers)
Squares are used to indicate, by visual comparison, whether two surfaces are perpendicular. Most products consist of a simple, fixed standard and a beam and blade with a mutual orientation of 90 degrees.
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Styli and Probes (81 suppliers)
Styli and probes are slender, rod-shaped stems and contact tips or points used to probe surfaces in conjunction with profilometers, SPMs, CMMs, gages and dimensional scanners.
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Surface Finish Comparators (5 suppliers)
Surface finish comparators are visual roughness standards or metal plates containing fine to rough finish specimens replicating surfaces generated by milling, turning, casting, grinding, blasting, reaming, lapping, EDM and other machining and microfinishing processes.
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Surface Metrology Equipment (319 suppliers)
Surface metrology equipment is used to measure the surface finish and/or geometry of engineering components. Surface texture and topology characteristics include surface roughness, contour, form, waviness, and defects.
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Surface Profilometers (197 suppliers)
Surface profilometers are contact or non-contact instruments used to measures surface profiles, roughness, waviness and other finish parameters.
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Thin Film Monitors (58 suppliers)
Thread Gages (188 suppliers)
Total Stations, Theodolites, and Transits (57 suppliers)
Theodolites and Transits are used for the accurate measurement of features, orientation and absolute positioning of large scale objects in engineering, construction, mapping, industry, defense and other applications.
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Ultrasonic Instruments (263 suppliers)
Videoscopes (115 suppliers)
Videoscopes are equipped with a CCD chip and focusable lens assembly that relays images from bores and cavities to a display. The camera is embedded in the tip of the scope and uses CCD technology rather than optical relay components (borescopes) or fiber optics (fiberscopes).
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Wafer and Thin Film Instrumentation (374 suppliers)
Instruments such as quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) monitors, ellipsometers, RHEED systems, imaging stations, CD-SEMs, ion mills, C-V systems specifically designed for wafer metrology or in-situ monitoring of thin film parameters during thin film or semiconductors wafer processing.
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