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TalyMap Surface Analysis Software - a worldwide reference

State of the art 2D, 3D and 4D surface analysis software


• Full support for the new ISO 25178 3D standard
• Fast and accurate report generation with full traceability
• Series of surfaces providing '4D' view
• Comprehensive visual analyses and dimension checking
• Automation features for significantly reduced analysis time

TalyMap surface analysis software - a worldwide reference


TalyMap surface analysis software is used by research laboratories and industrial facilities worldwide for product development, process improvement and predictive behavior analysis. It is used in many sectors including abrasives, aerospace, automotive, bearings, cosmetics,
cutting tools, dental, electronics, medical, MEMS, mold making, paper, PCB's and semiconductor.

TalyMap is developed by a multi-disciplinary team of specialists in metrology, software engineering and automation in order to meet present and future surface metrology needs. Regular software releases incorporate a stream of innovations, together with the very latest standards and methods.


New generation brings even more powerful analysis The latest generation of TalyMap software assures conformity with the new 3D standard ISO 25178. TalyMap 5 provides full metrological traceability together with faster surface metrology report generation. New analytical
functions include 4D studies of series of 3D surfaces and statistics.


Integration of the latest standards on 3D and filtering ISO 25178 is the first international standard on 3D areal surface texture. TalyMap integrates the height, functional bearing ratio, functional volume, hybrid, spatial and feature parameters defined in this standard. Some of
these parameters were anticipated by EUR 15178 EN. TalyMap can be configured to use the new ISO 25178 parameters or the old EUR 15178 EN ones for compatibility with earlier projects.

TalyMap integrates advanced filters as defined by the new ISO/TS 16610 standard on filtration techniques. The range of filters includes spline, robust Gaussian and morphological filters.