The analysis time has been greatly reduced. This makes it possible to instantaneously quantify the differences between multiple samples.
Once accurate measurement results have been obtained, the next question is how they should be analysed. The VK-X250 can provide you with quick and intuitive comparison amongst many different surfaces, which can save a lot of time during in-depth analysis.
With our state-of-the-art image processing technology, the point at which measurement is to be carried out can be defined exactly. The measurement position is captured automatically with precision based on a high-definition image and accurate height data. Target shapes and parameter values can be obtained easily and with almost no variance between operators.
Because the measurement position is determined based on a single point, the data cannot be determined accurately if that point has not been specified correctly.
Points such as highest, lowest, intersection, and midpoint cannot be set.
WHEN THE USER CLICKS ON A POINT, AN AREA SURROUNDING IT IS OPENED AUTOMATICALLY SO THAT THE DESIRED MEASUREMENT POSITION CAN BE DEFINED PRECISELY.
A WIDE VARIETY OF AUXILIARY TOOLS CAN BE USED TO DETERMINE EXACTLY WHERE YOU WANT TO MEASURE.
Multiple analysis results are shown simultaneously for easier comparison. Every setting can be applied collectively to all files, including the measurement position, height/width ranges and reference plane for the measurement. This means that different samples can be analysed under the same conditions to show what differences there are and where they can be found.
Separate result outputs require longer analysis time and hinder understanding. Summarising them also takes time.
If the height range is not aligned, it is not possible to tell which projections and depressions are larger.
SAMPLES CAN BE ARRANGED NEXT TO EACH OTHER
STANDARDISED REFERENCE VALUES FOR HEIGHT AND WIDTH MEASUREMENT RESULTS FACILITATE COMPARISON OF PROJECTIONS AND DEPRESSIONS. THE MEASUREMENT POSITION CAN ALSO BE ALIGNED TO ENABLE ACCURATE COMPARISON.
The surface condition of several targets is compared automatically based on 42 roughness parameters. The results overview shows the parameters with the differences between the individual samples. This function quantifies differences such as in material, processing, texture, and feel.