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Measuring Small Components

The Flying Spot SurfaceMeasure 201FS laser sensor from Mitutoyo uses a point scanning method to achieve high reproducibility, best-in-class scanning accuracy and a high data acquisition rate for inspection and reverse engineering of small components.

Posted: December 6, 2019

The Flying Spot SurfaceMeasure 201FS laser sensor from Mitutoyo uses a point scanning method (Flying Spot) to achieve high reproducibility, best-in-class scanning accuracy and a high data acquisition rate for inspection and reverse engineering of small components.
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The Flying Spot SurfaceMeasure 201FS laser sensor from Mitutoyo America Corporation (Aurora, IL) uses a point scanning method (Flying Spot) to achieve high reproducibility and best-in-class scanning accuracy. Designed specifically for small components, the SurfaceMeasure’s high data acquisition rate makes it ideal for inspection and reverse engineering.

www.mitutoyo.com

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