Stringent demand for surface characterization techniques that are noncontact, fast, compact, and applicable to a wide range of surface qualities – from machined components to optical surfaces.
horos (high sensitive optical roughness sensor) is a mobile, light scattering based tool for measuring surface roughness from the micrometer to subnanometer scales.
- Roughness parameters, PSD, 3D scattering distribution, isotropy etc.
- Sensitivity: Rq < 0,5 nm
- Measurement time: < 1 s
- Direct link to profilometric techniques
Quality control for
- Plane and complex (freeform) surfaces
- Optical fabrication (surface-finishing, coating, molding etc.)
- Mechanical engineering
- Automotive industry