Dimensional metrology & surface roughness measurement

We are a global provider of optical 3D metrology for quality assurance of complex components of different shapes, sizes and materials. Based on the technology of Focus-Variation, Bruker Alicona optical measuring systems close the gap between classical dimensional metrology and surface roughness measurement. The core competence is the measurement of dimension, position, shape and roughness of complex components of different shapes, sizes and materials.

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With the experience we have gained in applications in different markets, we can identify specific needs and develop individual optical measuring solutions for each market. Take a look at our solution pages and find yours!

Bruker Alicona -
Optical 3D metrology!

Wherever components need to be measured fast, precisely and reliably - we are your partner for optical 3D metrology!
Our non-contact measuring systems are used in all areas of production measurement technology and production automation, prototype development as well as traditional quality assurance. What challenges can we support you with?

Bruker Alicona Blog

From in-depth success stories to the latest application for your industry, the Bruker Alicona Blog is your window into the dynamic world of optical 3D metrology. Uncover the potential of high-resolution dimensional metrology and surface roughness measurement for your quality assurance.

It’s a matter of Life and Death – the Significance of Roughness Measurement in Medical Technology
13.02.2024
Quality assurance has an extraordinary significance in medical technology. Hardly any other industry is so vulnerable ...
Welcome to the family, FocusX!
30.01.2024
January 29, 2024 was a special day! After two years of development, 2,600 screws processed in 13 prototypes and over ...
Zfx and Bruker Alicona - a long standing friendship
09.01.2024
Visiting our customers is always like visiting friends. In November, we paid a visit to the dental company Zfx in ...

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