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Consumer Goods

Precitec sensors are found in the quality assurance procedures of high quality glass and aluminium mix products. Here they check surface geometries or help to test components.

Semiconductor industry

Multiple adjacent points can be measured simultaneously with optical sensors enabling wafer topography and thicknesses to be assessed many times faster.

Container glass

Precitec sensors ensure reliable wall thickness measurement and the detection of the smallest imperfections, even on coloured and non-round containers.

Flat glass

Display glass in the solar industry, for vehicles: Measuring and finishing steps, such as coatings, must be measured with a non-destructive system.

Coordinate measuring technology

3D-Measuring machines with non-contact optical sensors are able to work significantly faster than tactile-only CMMs.

Plastics industry

Films and injection-moulded parts are just two examples of the use of Precitec sensors for the inline measurement of coating thickness and surface finish.

Medical technology

Sensors from Precitec check medical packaging such as vials, syringes and blister packs ensuring adherence to the highest quality standards.

Automotive

Precitec sensors are used both in engine and also body-in-white construction. The sensors enable the contact-free measurement of layer thicknesses and 3D geometries.

Mechanical Engineering

In mechanical engineering, Precitec sensors control processing tools by measuring the tool composition, the processing status and the distances between the tool and the workpiece.

Photovoltaics

Precitec´s moldular sensors support high wafer cycling rates by capturing both thickness and surface texture from a single side.

Toolmaking

In precision industry toolmaking, Precitec distance sensors measure contour accuracy or check surface compositions in mechanical processing.

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