Line confocal imaging (LCI) is an optical technology for metrology applications requiring resolutions down to 50 nm. Conventional confocal imaging uses a coaxial design that is limited to single or multiple point sensors. LCI, on the other hand, uses an off-axis design that offers a line scan capability, meaning it can afford numerous advantages over coaxial confocal imaging. In this recent article from CMM International, Terry Arden of LMI Technologies lays out the key advantages of this new technology.
More on 3D Vision
Posts by Category