Microscopy Solutions for Aerospace Manufacturing

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Title: Microscopy Solutions for Aerospace Manufacturing
Date: Wednesday, May 19, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour

Aero engine components need to reliably perform under extreme temperatures and forces. Materials science is critical to ensure material properties will withstand these strenuous requirements. ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions is a top leader in the field of industrial microscopy with a portfolio ranging from traditional light to electron and x-ray microscopes. Software to connect and correlate the data generated by these tools is essential to make quick and effective decisions and to keep up with the increasing pace of Industry 4.0 production.


On May 19, join a panelist of ZEISS Microscopy experts in a discussion that will feature several microscopy solutions for aerospace manufacturing:

  • Optical inspection and documentation
  • Failure and microstructure analysis
  • Roughness & topography
  • Technical cleanliness

Dr. Robert Zarnetta
Head of Industrial Microscopy Solutions
ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions

Robert Zarnetta joined ZEISS in 2012. Since 2017 he has been responsible for the global Industrial Microscopy Solutions business driving the connected solutions portfolio spanning all major applications for microscopy and (optical) metrology across different market segments. Prior to this role he was responsible for establishing an independent industrial sales organization in Germany and for leveraging the full ZEISS portfolio within the industrial markets.

Richard Goodheart
Sales Development Manager
ZEISS Industrial Quality Solutions

For more than 20 years, Richard has been involved in the application of microscopy to a wide variety of industrial measurement needs. At ZEISS, Richard leads the North American sales and applications teams for the entire portfolio of microscopy solutions, including Light Microscopy, Scanning Electron Microscopy, and high-resolution X-Ray microscopes.
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