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How to find the most suitable lens for your machine vision application

Webinar: How to find the most suitable lens for your machine vision application in minutes with MachVis 5.3
Arthur Stauder, Product Manager and Application Engineer, LINOS Machine Vison Lenses and Optical Inspection, Excelitas Technologies and Dr. Geoff Adams
Video Duration
1 hour

When choosing lenses for your machine vision application, there are many options of lenses and accessories to consider. Choosing a lens can be overwhelming, time consuming and confusing and may even result in a lens that is not best suited for your application. This webinar will demonstrate how MachVis 5.3 Lens Configurator software simplifies and streamlines the lens selection process to help ensure your application succeeds.

MachVis is specifically designed to help in the selection of the most suitable lens and accessories to ensure delivery of a high resolution, stable image to the sensor.

Based on the input of four simple key parameters, MachVis will immediately present a list of the best suited lenses (including machine vison and micro-inspection lenses) and accessories as well as provide corresponding datasheets and 3D models at your disposal.  MachVis includes Excelitas’ extensive range of field-proven LINOS lenses, including a wide range of accessories to adapt the lenses to any industrial camera (including focusers, spacers and adapters) ensuring an optimal solution to meet the needs of the application.

Learn how MachVis will save you days, or even hours, in your selection process in comparison to the alternative manual process, by viewing this webinar recording.

About the Presenters: 

Arthur Stauder


Arthur Stauder, Dipl-Ing. (FH), is the Product Manager and Application Engineer for LINOS Machine Vison Lenses and Optical Inspection at Excelitas Technologies. He holds a degree in Photoengineering from the University of Applied Science Cologne.  







Dr. Geoff Adams
Dr. Geoff Adams studied Physics at Imperial College of Science & Technology in London. He holds a PhD in optics on ‘Tolerancing of Optical Systems’ at Imperial College. Dr. Adams worked at Kidger Optics, where he developed a tolerancing program as well as a lens library program and later worked in optics at MBM Technology. Since 1992, he collaborated on a number of partnerships in the development of optical software including the Excelitas WinLens 3D optical design suite and MachVis lens configurator software.

Webinar Recording: How to find the most suitable lens for your machine vision application

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