When we look at surface texture data from a measurement system, we have to consider whether the features we are seeing are real, or whether they might be noise or bad pixels. In this 60-Second Surface Analysis video we show how you can zoom in on a feature in OmniSurf3D software to see just how … Read more
When working with areal (3D) surface texture data, we often want to examine 2D slices through that data. OmniSurf3D takes XY analysis further than most other software. Small charts called “sparklines” help you to quickly spot trends in parameter values and show which parameters are most sensitive to the variations that occur in the particular … Read more
Have you ever loaded a 3D dataset only to find there were defects in the data? Most surface analysis software includes tools for addressing missing or errant pixels: median filters, or peak/valley thresholds, for example. But in some cases the feature just too big or too isolated to filter out. For these cases, OmniSurf3D includes … Read more
If you work in the world of optics there’s a good chance that you know a thing or two about aspheric geometries. Analyzing aspheric optics can be a challenge. OmniSurf3D analysis software includes a set of tools that make it easy to analyze aspheres, visualize the results, and export the shape to your modelling software … Read more
Gear tooth noise control is very important in many applications. While much has been said about the relationship between waviness and noise, little has been said about the specifics of detecting and describing the waviness. OmniSurf3D not only gives you the tools to extract and visualize waviness, but it also gives you powerful new parameters … Read more
OmniSurf3D includes a unique feature that lets you automatically rotate a measurement, and record the animation to share as part of a live presentation or as part of a report or slide show.