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Products => Other Equipment & Products => Topic started by: ItsumiMario on June 29, 2022, 06:28:17 pm

Title: 3D lens microscope camera? Anyone tried this technology?
Post by: ItsumiMario on June 29, 2022, 06:28:17 pm
https://youtu.be/T_J6ZKVrTX4?t=86

Came across this thing today, I’ve never seen anything like it personally. Allows you to “spin” your point of view around a component to get a 360 view of the joints. Seems really cool, wondering if anyone here has ever had any real-life experience with this kind of technology, how practical it is, etc.
Title: Re: 3D lens microscope camera? Anyone tried this technology?
Post by: thm_w on June 29, 2022, 10:29:12 pm
Looks great for inspection, completely useless for soldering or rework. Really low working distance with all that stuff in the way.
Title: Re: 3D lens microscope camera? Anyone tried this technology?
Post by: ItsumiMario on June 29, 2022, 11:14:57 pm
Looks great for inspection, completely useless for soldering or rework. Really low working distance with all that stuff in the way.

Good point, I could see myself knocking into the mirrors. I found a different one that looks like it has better working distance: https://youtube.com/shorts/3hU78sDmbGQ?feature=share

Looks like there’s maybe at least 4cm of clearance? I’d like to see Dave take one of these for a spin.