This webinar will discuss the applications of 3D microscopy in R&D, quality control, defect/damage analysis, incoming inspection and many more areas across a wide variety of sectors. We will navigate common challenges found in traditional microscopy and the benefits digital technology has over conventional microscopes. Our microscopy applications engineer, Claire Lillywhite, will also take you through some of the techniques used in 3D microscopy and illustrate the benefits (including enhanced depth of field), through live-action demonstrations on real life samples.
Digital vs. Conventional Microscopy, see the technological advancements in imaging and analytical microscopy
Flexible sample viewing with a fully focused image
Create 3D models with 3D depth composition and stitching
View the true shape of a sample and perform 3D measurements
Highlight surface texture with (a World-First feature) Optical Shadow Effect Mode
A technical magazine editor for more than 20 years, Paul has spent much of his career in the engineering press, with spells covering most aspects of the sector. He first became editor of Eureka! in 2010 and was part of the team that launched the...
Claire is the Senior Application Engineer for the Microscopy Division at the UK affiliate of KEYENCE, a leading global supplier of innovative automation and inspection equipment for the research, development and manufacturing sectors in various...