Why Variable Detector Position Matters

March 06, 2020

In this video, we compare two examples of scans at 550mm vs 1100mm detector distance using a micro-focus tube to illustrate how scan speed can be increased, and we show the impact on image quality and dimensional deviation.

You will learn:

  • the impact of focus detector position and it’s relevancy on scan speeds
  • why the quality of magnification may not be worth the time to scan at a farther distance
  • the importance of the ability to adjust the focus detector distance when making a purchase decision 

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