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Art Conservation with Computed Radiography: Buffalo State College

The Art Conservation Department at Buffalo State College, in Buffalo NY, provides its students with cutting-edge Carestream technology.
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Machine Vision System Used at Confectionary

Orbis' machine vision system for the food industry, Imprint Verifier, inspects both markings and package qualities.
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Trends in Eddy Current

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Dave Jankowski, senior sales manager at GE Measurement and Control Solutions (Billerica, MA), discusses eddy current and the developing technologies around it. He also talks about the type of training that GE provides for customers.
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Archiving the Past

Restoring the original architectural design of The Maryland State House – a Georgian style building built during the Revolutionary War – was made easier with 3-D imaging technology.
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New Resonant Inspection Method for MIM Parts

The nondestructive testing Drop Test Fixture allows manufacturers to avoid the possible consequences of a quality concern: expense, lost time and a damaged reputation.
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Effective Medicine

Boehringer uses machine vision to implement 100% testing of pharmaceutical capsules.
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The Benefits of Lean Manufacturing: Processes and Components

By replacing cables and multiple, unassembled components, lean manufacturers stand to gain a competitive advantage in every aspect of the industry.
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Today’s microscope-based measuring techniques can be used to control processes or judge the results of an experiment. The precision and repeatability required helps users determine the best solution for any individual application.
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Shedding Light On Vision System Illumination

High volume producers of 2-D parts like electronics components have long used vision systems to inspect their parts. However, mainstream manufacturers of machined components are just beginning to adopt this technology.
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University of Manchester Achieves Breakthroughs in Science and Engineering with Computed Tomography

The Henry Moseley X-ray Imaging Facility is shedding light on a diverse range of natural samples.
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Charles J. Hellier has been active in the technology of nondestructive testing and related quality and inspection fields since 1957. Here he talks with Quality's managing editor, Michelle Bangert, about the importance of training.
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