PRLog - Jul. 31, 2012 - WOKING, U.K. -- When the Mantis was launched in 1994, nobody suspected that the patented stereo viewer would have gained the success and popularity it has around the world. Its unparalleled ergonomics has provided engineers and technicians with the comfort required to conduct inspection routines with greater accuracy and productivity.
Original Mantis and Today's Mantis
Initially the Mantis was mainly used in the electronics industry, for inspecting solder joints and the quality of components. Its unique advantage (the eyepieceless viewing head) meant is popularity soon spread throughout the industry because it minimized fatigue during visual inspection.
Today, the Mantis is utilised in virtually every industry where manual optical inspection is required such as Precision Engineering, Plastics, Aerospace, Medical Devices, Textiles, Pharmaceuticals, and the Jewellery trade.
In addition to its unparalleled ergonomics, the Mantis provides up to 15x magnification and is ideal for inspection and rework with a large working distance, making it easier to manipulate samples and component parts. With a wide range of stand options and accessories including a variant with a high resolution digital camera, the Mantis is a valuable tool for anyone requiring optical inspection.
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