The title "Multi-sensor coordinate metrology" was the first concentrated report on this technology in 2003 (Volume 248 from the series "Die Bibliothek der Technik"). In 2011, Volume 231 "X-ray computed tomography in industrial metrology" was published, in which the technology of X-ray computed tomography with a focus on industrial metrology was presented for the first time. The functional principle, possible applications, specification and measurement uncertainty as well as other important special features of coordinate measuring machines with X-ray computed tomography are explained in a compact and comprehensible mould.
In the new volume 352 "Multi-sensor coordinate metrology: Dimensional measurement with optics, stylus and X-ray tomography" the importance of multi-sensor systems is taken into account with an enlarged scope. In addition to function and application, probing force and the influence of temperature, for example, have also been included.
The specialist books are based on the specialist knowledge of the experts at Werth Messtechnik GmbH in optical metrology and multi-sensor systems, built up over 70 years of company history, as well as the experience gained from more than 15 years of pioneering work in the field of coordinate metrology with X-ray sensor systems.
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