Bruker Alicona are a global supplier of optical 3D surface measurement solutions for quality assurance in the lab and in production. Their key competence is the measurement of form and roughness of even complex, miniaturized geometries.
With Focus-Variation, Bruker Alicona’s key technology, they offer a technique that combines the functionalities of a micro coordinate measurement machine (CMM) with those of a surface measurement system. For a user, this means to measure both form and roughness of components on an areal basis. The stable and robust technology of Focus-Variation delivers repeatable and traceable measurements even in a production near environment.
Bruker Alicona’s product range includes a number of standard as well as special solutions. Research and Development acts very close to the direct need of industry, which enables Bruker Alicona to design both standard products as well as special solutions based on industrial partnerships.
The Bruker Alicona headquarters is situated in Austria. Additional subsidiaries are run in Germany, France, UK, USA, South Korea and Italy, and further expansion is continued. A global network of selected distributors make Bruker Alicona products worldwide available.
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