The New Dimension of Quality Assurance. Flexible Positioning Solutions for Fast and Precise Measuring and Testing Procedures.

To deliver a product with a certified quality, consistent and reliable performance, and a long lifetime – in order to guarantee all of this, measuring and testing systems are used on a large scale in many industrial areas, e.g. in the automotive industry, the optical industry, the manufacturing of medical devices, or even in the electronics and semiconductor industry – both in specialized measuring rooms and in qualification processes during production.

The industries are constantly facing new challenges in the development of test procedures: New products made of new materials are coming onto the market at ever shorter intervals, which have to be manufactured and qualified in ever shorter times and in ever larger quantities. In addition, components and features are becoming smaller and more diverse in shape and surface structure.

Therefore, positioning solutions are necessary for a reliable qualification that move components and testing assemblies such as cameras and sensors in a precise and coordinated way – often also in several degrees of freedom – and solutions that can be easily integrated into production lines while maintaining throughput.

Because of its diversity in products and technologies and its experience in precision automation, PI can offer its customers the optimum motion and control solution for any positioning task within testing processes. From one single source. Therefore, PI ensures a quicker initial startup, adaptation, and a better support in the development of an advanced measuring technology.

PI is your partner for motion and control solutions for applications such as:

Optical 3D Metrology
Tactile Testing
Nondestructive Testing
Surface Profiling
Semiconductor Inspection
Thin Film Measurement
Capturing the Scene Perfectly
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Ensuring Shape Accuracy
Aspherical lenses have rotationally symmetrical optics around the optical axis, whose radius of curvature changes radially with the distance from the center. This allows optical systems to achieve high image quality, whereby the number of elements required decreases and that saves on both costs and weight.
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