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Due to the critical functions Garner Osborne’s PCBs perform, quality checks are performed throughout all stages of manufacture and assembly. In addition to these intermediate checks, 100% final inspection is carried-out to ensure that every PCB meets customers’ requirements.

As electronic components are getting ever smaller and PCB assemblies are becoming more complex, a search was recently made for an advanced vision system that could cope with these challenges.

Read about how Garner Osborn is using the new DRV-Z1, 3D stereo digital system for PCB assembly and inspection to reduce scrap and improve quality.
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In the world of stereo microscopy there is more than one definition of the term ‘working distance’. Some say it is the distance from the bottom of your microscope to the subject. There are others that will argue that it is the distance from the lowest surface of your lowest optic, or some other similarly identified point. Whichever specific point you choose it essentially comes back to the space between your microscope and the in-focus point on a subject.

Learn about working distance, why it is relevant and the factors that effect working distance in microscope use.

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Reaching optimum viewing using a traditional stereo microscope takes a lot of maneuvering; an operator’s entire body needs to properly adjust to align the exit pupils. From top to bottom—eyes, head, neck, back, shoulders, arms, seat, legs and feet must all be properly positioned and then—stay there. Why? It all comes down to the exit pupils.

Discover the role of the exit pupil in microscopy and how does its size effect quality and productivity?
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Why is the magnification in bench magnifiers measured in diopters? How is the diopter calculated? What is the working distance? What is the field of view?

Understand the basic terms used when talking about bench magnifiers.

Bench magnifier diopter, magnification, working distance and field of view calculated and explained.
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