|Mark Jarratt |
Non-destructive thin coating thickness measurements
Is there a non-destructive method that is capable of measuring coating thickness to an accuracy of less than 1 micron?
(total coating thickness 3 microns)
|Neil Burleigh |
Krautkramer Australia Pty Ltd, Australia, Joined Dec 2002, 151
Re: Non-destructive thin coating thickness measurements : Is there a non-destructive method that is capable of measuring coating thickness to an accuracy of less than 1 micron?
: (total coating thickness 3 microns)
The short answer is Yes.
Before being able to give a more detailed answer one would need to know more about the measurement application.
For example: type of coating and base material, thickness of base, surface roughness of base. Are there any interemdiate coatings?
Hope this helps
SRIBS, China, Joined Apr 2003, 1
Re: Non-destructive thin coating thickness measurements : : Is there a non-destructive method that is capable of measuring coating thickness to an accuracy of less than 1 micron?
: : (total coating thickness 3 microns)
: The short answer is Yes.
: Before being able to give a more detailed answer one would need to know more about the measurement application.
: For example: type of coating and base material, thickness of base, surface roughness of base. Are there any interemdiate coatings?
: Hope this helps
I agree with Neil
Digital holography which test is better to industrial applications (mainly equipment for petroleum industry), digital holographic or searographic? perhaps do you know suppliers for this kind of testers. Thanks a lot.
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|ps lim |
Re: Digital holography
i think u may find it useful to look up for juptner.....
he's german..... so the spelling may differ for his journals ( depending on publication.....)
|tarraz hassan |
Re: Digital holography Sir/Madam : veuillez
me donner nommÃÂ© du livre et de l'auteur pour le besoin urgentlty de
DIGITAL HOLOGRAPHY.i ceci de mon but de recherches : respect
|wolfgang bisle |
R & D, Project leader & Group Leader InService Inspect.
Airbus Deutschland GmbH, Germany, Joined Jul 2000, 35
Re: Digital holography You mean Prof. Werner Jüptner, BIAS Bremen
Direktor und Institutsleiter
Yes, this institute is the first address for Digital Holography.
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