Bruker Alicona to host webinar on form and roughness measurement

May 29, 2020

Bruker Alicona, Graz, Austria, part of the Bruker Corporation, is hosting a live webinar on ‘Form and roughness measurement with one system: Practice reports from daily use’, which will take place on June 25, 2020. The webinar will be available in English at 10:00 CEST, 09:00 PDT, and in German at 14:00 CEST.  

The webinar will focus on current applications in selected key markets such as medical technology, the tooling industry and aerospace and will include the following topics:

Medical technology

A customer from the medical technology sector uses the optical µCMM not only for the measurement of high-gloss knee implants but also for the lateral probing of vertical surfaces (Vertical Focus Probing)

Tooling industry

IMCO, a manufacturer of high-performance cutting tools, uses the Bruker Alicona EdgeMaster to measure shape and contour accuracy, rake angle, undercuts, chipping and roughness. The easy handling of the system is said to be an advantage for IMCO.


MTU Aero Engines already has three Cobot systems in operation for break edge measurement. For MTU, the automatic measurement and evaluation of radii, chamfers and break edge on turbine engine components is a criterion of modern quality assurance.

Expert interview

Dr Martin Koller from the Clinical Department of Dental Medicine, Medical University of Graz, Austria, will how and why the InfiniteFocus optical measuring system is used

Further information and registration details are available via the company website.

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