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The application of least square curve fitting is one potential solution to removing field curvature and scanning distortion prior to more accurate industrial surfaces analysis. Another potential solution is to simply subtract known distortions obtained with the optical flat prior to industrial surface analysis. In our study, 25 Quantitative Surface Characterisation Using Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy the removal process has been separated into two steps. The first step is to remove surface tilt resulting from a sloping stage or specimen surface.

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The second step in 3D image construction is to apply filters to separate surface form, waviness and roughness information for surface measurement. This step is necessary to analyse specific and meaningful surface information in different wave length for specific purposes. In this project, we have used the wavelet method to filter and separate original surface data into long, medium and short wave length, which corresponds to form, waviness and roughness information. Figures 25 and 26 show examples of the process conducted on an engineering surface and the surface of a metallic wear particle.

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