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Surface Measurement of Nonwoven with 3D Metrology

 NANOVEA | A Better Measure.
  14th-Jul-2010
Description: The intended surface function of Nonwoven material (absorbency, repellency, resiliency, softness, strength, washability, filtering etc) require controlled surface characteristics such as roughness, texture and or dimensional consistency. As a result, accurate surface measurement and characterization are critical to the quality control of a Nonwoven material for their intended use.
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Surface Measurement of Nonwoven With 3D Metrology

Prepared by Craig Leising
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