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MountainsSPIP® series: Preparing SPM Images for Analysis

 

 

With this webinar, we’ll take you through some of the basic concepts of using MountainsSPIP® for image analysis for users of AFM, STM and other SPM techniques.

In particular if you are new to MountainsSPIP®, perhaps already familiar with SPIP software, this webinar is designed to help you get up and running quickly.

 

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MountainsSPIP® series: Particle Analysis

 

 

With MountainsSPIP® software, users can easily detect and quantify particles, pores and other micro-structures of any shape and size.
This webinar gives a comprehensive overview of this feature.

 

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Contour Analysis with Mountains® software

 

 

In this short webinar, we will demonstrate basic geometric dimensioning and tolerancing of contour profiles using Mountains® surface analysis software.
You’ll learn how to use dimensioning and tolerancing tools, results tables and reports

 

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Best practices for 3D reconstruction of 2D SEM images

 

 

In this webinar, we demonstrate techniques for 3D reconstruction of Scanning Electron Microscope images using MountainsSEM® analysis software.

You’ll learn how to reconstruct a 3D model from 2 SEM images, 4 SEM images and from a single SEM image.

 

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MountainsSPIP® series: Transition for an AFM user, with Dalia Yablon

 

 

This webinar is aimed at AFM users starting to work with MountainsSPIP® software for AFM image analysis.
In particular, it is designed to help those currently using SPIP™ software from Image Metrology make the transition to MountainsSPIP® before the end of SPIP™ technical support and maintenance (Dec 2020).
The webinar will demonstrate basic image analysis for AFM users.

 

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