We focus on measurement so you can focus on its application
Digital Metrology is committed to the development and deployment of measurement technologies. We provide custom-tailored metrology systems integration, software, consultation and training – while never losing sight of the fact that measurements are “a means to an end”. The value of a measurement isn’t in the result – it’s in what you do with it. Digital Metrology brings understanding beyond measure – helping you develop, interpret and apply your measurement results to your specific situation.
Mark C. Malburg, Ph.D. Digital Metrology, Inc.
With 25 years of metrology software development experience and an extensive network of university and industry resources, Digital Metrology can handle the toughest metrological and mathematical challenges.
Digital Metrology provides customized training sessions at your location. Topics cover the full range of surface and geometry specifications and measurement. Your actual, data is used in the training – adding even greater relevance.
- OmniSurf :: Understand your difficult surfaces Omni is from the Latin "omnis" meaning "all". The concept of "all" runs throughout the OmniSurf package in that the goal is to provide every possible data analysis method for data obtained from every possible instrument. In this regard, OmniSurf seeks to provide the widest range of analytical capabilities to the widest range of data sets – in an easy-to-use software package.… Read More
OmniRound :: Geometry analysis from your desktop
OmniRound allows you to explore your roundness/flatness/runout data – right from your desktop. OmniSurf acts as a geometry analysis “toolbox” giving you the tools to:
- Analyze data files collected from a variety of instruments from most major manufacturers
- Apply the latest metrology tools (many are not yet available in instruments) including:.…
- Introducing HatchView The surface generated by honing consists of a crosshatched pattern. This pattern is the result of the rotation of the honing stones while stroking in and out of the bore. The "down" stroke imparts one pattern and the "up" stroke imparts the other pattern. The angular relationship between these strokes makes up the "crosshatch" angle an it is the result of the stroking speed coupled with the rotation speed… Read More
- Got questions? We have answers In many industries "Six Sigma" (6-Sigma) processes and methodologies, are driving the need for a better understanding of measurement data. Having reliable and meaningful data is more important today than ever before. Furthermore, through these activities, many measurements are being "questioned" regarding their effectiveness in describing the actual attribute of interest. These questions can range from the simple: "Is part #1 bigger than part #2?" all the way to the difficult:… Read More