Introduction to common optical instruments
The common optical instruments are as follows, the imager is also known as the image measuring instrument and the image-type precision mapping instrument. It is a qualitative leap based on the measurement projector, which upgrades the industrial measurement method from the traditional optical projection alignment to the computer screen measurement based on the digital image era. Image measuring instruments exist relying on computer screen measurement technology and powerful spatial geometric operation software. Image measuring instrument is divided into digital image measuring instrument (also known as CNC image measuring instrument) and hand-cranked image measuring instrument.
The three coordinates are generally called the Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM). A coordinate measuring machine or a three-coordinate measuring bed.
Tool microscope, also known as tool manufacturing display mirror, is a high-precision two-dimensional coordinate measuring instrument used in tool manufacturing. It uses the optical principle to project the image of the workpiece through the objective lens to the eyepiece, that is, the workpiece is enlarged into a virtual image by light, and then uses the aid of the loading table and the eyepiece reticle to measure the size, angle and shape. It can be used to inspect the surface of workpiece with non-metallic luster.