Fibre = Fiber
Fibre is the British spelling of Fiber
“Fibre.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary,
FibreShape utilizes a static image analysis method and conforms to all relevant ISO standards.
If you have ever tried to accurately measure the length, thickness, or shape of fibers, you know how tedious the job can be.
Measuring individual fibers under the microscope is very time consuming at best.
And then there is the issue of what constitutes a statistically significant result.
Are 20 measurements enough? Or maybe just 10? Or is it one hundred? How about many thousands?
For a detailed answer to this questions please consult the ISO 13322-1 standard
For example, which option would you choose?
a. result based on approximately 50 fibers or less
b. results based on over 10,000 fibers
As anyone who works with microscopes will attest, counting and analyzing anything more than 20 becomes time prohibitive using a microscope.
This is where FibreShape can help you.
The FibreShape software scanner combination allows you to capture large areas and analyze many thousand of individual fibers in minutes.
So you can go from making important decisions based on 10 data points to making good decisions based on statistical relevant many thousands of data points.
An especially unique feature of the software platform is the ability to accurately and correctly measure the length of crossed fibers.
You can analyze both wet and dry fibers.
FibresShape - giving you accurate results based on statistically significant data points
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