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Correction

February 13, 2007
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In the October NDT article featuring Faro Technologies, “NDT Applications: Laser Adjusts Motion System of Ultrasonic Scanner,” the phrase, “With a travel of 40-inches in the X-axis and 18-inches in the y-axis …” should have read 40 feet and 18 feet, respectively. NDT regrets the error.

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