Trilion Quality Systems

Trilion utilizes Studio Titan Camera Stands and accessories for DIC 3-D Scanners.  

Non-contact measuring technique based on Digital Image Processing. DIC is capable of mapping 3D coordinates and evaluating displacement and strain maps on the surface of measured samples. DIC uses a stochastic pattern and/or point markers to track the surface of the materials with subpixel accuracy.

This technique can be used for a wide range of applications in materials research and component testing to analyze the static and dynamic behaviors of specimens. The full-field strain map generated by the DIC algorithm is commonly used to replace strain gauges and other traditional sensors for simulation (FEA) validation.



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