Optics and Illumination Software
General Stress Optics can help you build a custom solution to your experimental
mechanics needs. Our key technology is suitable for a variety of configurations
and environments. Our technology is proven in outdoor environments as well as high-speed
First we have to mark the center of the primary. A very good way is to use notebook
reinforcing rings. These look like flat white donuts with sticky adhesive on one
side. Find the physical center of the primary using a piece of cardboard cut to
the diameter of the mirror with a pinhole in the precise center. Make a mark on
the mirror through the pinhole, then place the notebook reinforcing ring on the
mirror, centered on the mark, after removing the cardboard. The primary center should
be located accurate to one millimeter or 1/32 inch.
New coherent and incoherent sources, high-speed modulators and detectors, deterministic
fabrication methods, and powerful computers have created both opportunities and
demands for optics in high technology. Today's optical systems are integrated with
electronics, mechanics, and image-processing software. Performance-based evaluation
methods, such as modulation transfer function analysis, are increasingly used to
determine technological tradeoffs.
The following software have been developed by our collaborators to process the data
acquired from ImSpector systems: http://www.specim.fi/products-softwareandaccessories.html
The basic system uses DMP1500 32-bit dimensional measurement and imaging software.
DMP1500 software is very easy-to-use and provides functions for broad applications.
Such as measurement, inspection, comparison, annotation, image capture and documentation.
Optional DMP-3000 software is designed for video manual measuring system with edge
detection and part programming. It provides full video CMM measuring capability
and is easy-to-learn. The stage mapping capability greatly improves the system measurement
accuracy. The software also provides broad imaging functions to have a value added
on the system.
ensuring the accuracy (and traceability) of data. Poor illumination could feasibly
affect all three aspects. Operations employing flexible, highly reflective materials
have pushed the limits of machine vision technology. That’s why knowing how to appropriately
light the variety of parts in pharmaceutical inspection is crucial to its success
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