The Kestrel from Vision Engineering is an easy-to-use, 2-axis non-contact measurement and inspection system that provides measurement accuracy and repeatability. The non-contact method provides a solution to accurately gauge precision-machined parts, like aerospace components, without deforming them.
The Rigaku R-axis HTC imaging plate (IP) detector features a three-plate system that allows for simultaneous expose, erase and readout operations. This means that the duty cycle is limited only by the speed of the IP transport from one position to the next, making the R-AXIS HTC highly efficient for screening samples and suitable for experiments with brief exposure times. It combines the high-throughput capability of a CCD with the large aperture size and dynamic range of an IP.
The Thickness Gauge Digital Indicator with Stand is a small, lightweight instrument that can be used on many different materials. With a 12 mm range, a measuring foot of 5 mm and an accuracy of 0.003 mm, it is suitable for the laboratory or the production line.
NanoSight has announced additional temperature control capability for its family of instrumentation.
CSIRO has developed maths-based imaging technology to measure hair on different parts of the human body.
Monash University's Protein Crystallography Unit is being upgraded with a new automated protein crystallisation system, an imaging plate dectector and an HF X-ray source.
The Thermo Fisher Scientific Nicolet iN10 MX infrared imaging microscope enables analysts to quickly determine the identity and distribution of chemical species within complex structures and random mixtures on a microscopic scale.