Industrial Microscopes
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OLYMPUS Stream Software – Optimized for Materials Science

Together, the GX53 microscope and OLYMPUS Stream software support metallurgical analysis methods that comply with different industrial standards. With step-by-step operator guidance, users can analyze their samples quickly and easily.

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Particle Analysis – Count and Measure Solution

The Count and Measure solution uses advanced threshold methods to reliably separate objects, such as particles and scratches, from the background. More than 50 different object measurement and classification parameters are available including shape, size, position, and pixel properties.

Unclear grain boundaries

original image

Grain boundaries are clearly detected

Conventional software
Unclear grain boundaries

Etched steel microstructure 
(original image)

OLYMPUS Stream
Grain boundaries are clearly detected


Grain classification results

Grain classification results


Grain Sizing in a Microstructure

Measure the grain size and analyze the microstructure of aluminum, steel crystal structures, such as ferrite and austenite, and other metals.
Supported standards: ISO, GOST, ASTM, DIN, JIS, GB/T

Microstructure of ferritic grains

Grain sizing intercept solution

Grain sizing planimetric solution with secondary phase

Grain sizing intercept solution

Grain sizing planimetric solution with secondary phase


Evaluating Graphite Nodularity

Evaluate the graphite nodularity and content in cast iron samples (nodular and vermicular). Classify the form, distribution, and size of graphite nodes.
Supported standards: ISO, NF, ASTM, KS, JIS, GB/T

Ductile cast iron showing nodular graphite

Cast iron solution

Cast iron solution


Rating Nonmetallic Inclusion Content in High-Purity Steel

Classify nonmetallic inclusions using an image of the worst field or worst inclusion found manually in the sample.
Supported standards: ISO, EN, ASTM, DIN, JIS, GB/T, UNI

Steel with nonmetallic inclusions

Inclusion worst field solution

Inclusion worst field solution


Compare Images of Your Sample and Reference Images

Easily compare live or still images with auto-scaled reference images. This solution includes reference images in accordance with various standards (additional reference images can be purchased separately). Multiple modes are supported, including live overlay display and side-by-side comparison.
Supported standards: ISO, EN, ASTM, DIN, SEP

Steel with nonmetallic inclusions

Microstructure with ferritic grains

Steel with nonmetallic inclusions

Microstructure with ferritic grains


Material Solution Specifications

Solutions Supported standards
Grain intercept ISO 643: 2012, JIS G 0551: 2013, JIS G 0552: 1998, ASTM E112: 2013, DIN 50601: 1985, GOST 5639: 1982, GB/T 6394: 2002
Grain planimetric ISO 643: 2012, JIS G 0551: 2013, JIS G 0552: 1998, ASTM E112: 2013, DIN 50601: 1985, GOST 5639: 1982, GB/T 6394: 2002
Cast iron ISO 945-1: 2010, ISO 16112: 2017, JIS G 5502: 2001, JIS G 5505: 2013, ASTM A247: 16a, ASTM E2567: 16a, NF A04-197: 2004, GB/T 9441: 2009, KS D 4302: 2006
Inclusion worst field ISO 4967 (method A): 2013, JIS G 0555 (method A): 2003, ASTM E45 (method A): 2013, EN 10247 (methods P and M): 2007, DIN 50602 (method M): 1985, GB/T 10561 (method A): 2005, UNI 3244 (method M): 1980
Chart comparison ISO 643: 1983, ISO 643: 2012, ISO 945: 2008, ASTM E 112: 2004, EN 10247: 2007, DIN 50602: 1985, ISO 4505: 1978, SEP 1572: 1971, SEP 1520: 1998
Coating thickness EN 1071: 2002, VDI 3824: 2001

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