Optical coherence tomography (OCT) has made its move into the non-destructive testing and inspection arena. Valued for its ability to provide non-contact imaging of surface morphology and subsurface structure with micron-level resolution, the technique can provide quantitative analysis of structures, features and defects for a wide range of materials. Read about its many benefits in applications in industries such as medical devices, materials and textiles, aviation and automotive, displays, lasers and more.
Read the full article by our team, as published by Novus Light Technologies.
October 17, 2017