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General purpose systems

A wide range of non-contact 3D surface profilers have been designed as a versatile systems able to measure different textures, structures, roughness and waviness, all across varying surface scales.
Sensofar’s General Purpose systems are appropriate for a broad range of high-end surface measurement applications.

Integrable solutions

Our integrable sensors have been designed right from the outset to be integrated into the harshest manufacturing environments.
Compact, lightweight, and with flexible mounting options are the perfect choice for the industrial sector.

Software solutions

An extensive combination of software’s are available to meet the needs of operators and researchers, looking for the best complement to analyze their measurement data.
Guided solutions and automated procedures are ready to go along with the user.


  • “Confocal technology has proven to be an effective technique to investigate and characterize surface topography and the damage generated in modern dental implant surfaces after the insertion into bone.”

  • “The flexibility and combination of Confocal, Interferometry, and Ai Focus Variation, along with excellent analysis options, make it a fantastic tool for a wide range of research and studies, covering many applications.”

    Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI)
    Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) Professor Chris Brown
  • "Transparent materials such as glass or PMMA were imaged thanks to Sensofar’s unique capability to combine Confocal and Focus Variation techniques; Confocal Fusion"

    Microrelleus S.L.
    Microrelleus S.L. Raul Garcia
  • "Thanks to the S neox, 3D optical profiler from Sensofar, it was possible to easily characterise the topography of the microchannels fabricated with laser technologies"

    Photonics4Life Research Group
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