OmniSurf Profile Analysis
OmniSurf3D Texture Analysis
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Describing Gear Tooth Waviness with OmniSurf3D
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 for quantifying the amount of waviness that is affecting your gear noise.
Analyzing Aspheric Optics in OmniSurf3D – Tutorial
OmniSurf3D Surface Editor Tool
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 a Surface Editor Tool, which lets you selectively repair missing data and data errors interactively. This video shows you how the surface repair tool works, and how quickly you can clean up a dataset to get a better picture of the true nature of a surface.
XY Profile Analysis in OmniSurf3D
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 surface. This video shows how the XY Profile Analysis in OmniSurf3D provides a unique twist on cross-section analysis that makes it easier for you to find, interpret, and address trends in your areal (3D) datasets.
60-Second Surface Analysis – Copying Measurement Settings in OmniSurf3D
OmniSurf3D makes it easy to open several datasets to compare—a feature you don’t always get in other software. But even better, you can copy settings from one dataset to another with a click…so you’ll always know that you’re comparing apples and apples. We show you how to do it in this video.
60-Second Surface Analysis – Creating a Presentation from Data
The 60-second Surface Analysis series offers quick tips and techniques for analyzing surface texture, shape, and roundness.
In this video we show how to load data from OmniSurf3D into a PowerPoint presentation in just a few clicks. It’s an incredible time-saver, especially when you have a large amount of data to share.
60-Second Surface Analysis: Stylus Simulation
Process designers often use optical 3D measurement systems during their development work. On the shop floor, however, a stylus is frequently used to control the process. The question is: does the stylus see the same details as the optical system?
The Stylus Simulation tool in OmniSurf3D surface analysis software predicts what a stylus will see as it moves over a surface texture. In this video we use an artificially exaggerated surface to demonstrate how the tool works, what it can show you, and how it helps bridge the gap between optical and stylus measurement technologies.
OmniRound Roundness, Flatness and Runout
TraceBoss Intro Video
TraceBoss gives your portable surface roughness gage the power of a high-end instrument. Accessible and affordable, TraceBoss interfaces instantly with most gages for one-button measurement and analysis, with full-screen graphics and the parameters that count. This video shows you how easy it is to connect your gage to TraceBoss to begin seeing, saving, and understanding your data like never before.
Connecting your Surface Gage to TraceBoss
It’s incredibly quick to connect TraceBoss software to your roughness tester. Each surface finish gage communicates with a PC in its own way, however. In this video we look at a couple of examples to see how the TraceBoss help system makes life easy for you and guides you through the process.