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Ash Technologies to debut INSPEX II at Advanced Engineering

Posted 12 October 2018 · Add Comment

Designer and manufacturer of advanced inspection and measurement systems, Ash Technologies, will be debuting their new inspection platform, INSPEX II, at Advanced Engineering 2018, being held 31st October to 1st November at Birmingham's NEC.



INSPEX II is an integrated digital microscope system driven by simplicity, designed specifically for production and quality control environments. It has an intuitive software interface which simplifies operation and control of the system, increasing efficiency, control and traceability of inspection.

The INSPEX II inspection platform offers a range of key features. INSPEX II is an ergonomic, fully integrated stand-alone system with no PC required. The AshCal auto-calibrationm feature removes the need for time-consuming recalibrations for each zoom change, increasing productivity and efficiency. 2D point-to-point precision line measurements and annotations can be captured on images for qualification and documentation whilst the on-screen overlays enable the go/no-go rapid inspection of samples.

Users can streamline their production processes and prevent human error with user access privileges and programmable preset options. Additionally, inspection processes will be controlled and standardised.

The INSPEX II is complete with interchangeable illumination options and a one-click autofocus on-screen indicator. Image stamping with time, date, user and magnification level allows for traceability throughout your inspection process.

 

 

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