Titan Tool Supply Inc., a worldwide supplier of industrial-grade optical instrumentation and precision micro finishing tools, has announced the introduction of its Model ZMM-1 industrial inspection monocular zoom microscope. The Model ZMM-1 is designed to provide manufacturers of smaller components and materials with reliable, accurate, real-time quality control and remote visual inspection capabilities across a full production cycle.
Featuring a 1:4 zoom ratio, the Titan Tool Supply Model ZMM-1 industrial inspection zoom microscope offers constant focal length, highly favorable depth of field, a large field of view at 15X magnification, and a higher magnification with smaller field of view at 60X as standard. When used with the optional extra 20X eyepiece, the Model ZMM-1 can additionally perform reliable and accurate remote visual inspections of a workpiece over an expanded magnification of up to 120X –all without the need for a change of lens. The microscope may be operated in either a vertical or horizontal position. The unit comes mounted onto a desktop pillar stand, with further optional extended rod lengths.
Typical applications for the Model ZMM-1 include root cause evaluations of mini-component failures, such as pin cracks, casting blow holes, and welding and soldering issues; as well as sensors and microelectronics components manufacturing, assembly, welding, soldering, and IC fabrication, assembly, testing and quality inspection. They are also used to support semiconductor wafer manufacturing, photonics and optoelectronics component manufacturing, cleanroom desktop workstations, woven cloth manufacturing QA, and wearables R&D.
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inscribed circle ( IC)
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quality assurance ( quality control)
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