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Advanced technology for leak testing now provides opportunities to improve quality and save money even in applications where expensive helium systems are customary.
One of the greatest challenges in industrial nondestructive testing (NDT) is performing inspections at high production rates.
Due to the critical nature of nondestructive testing (NDT) in ensuring the safety and reliability of a plant, infrastructure, or facility, any technician performing NDT has to be trained and certified by an accredited body.
Machine vision systems create images by analyzing the reflected light from an object, not by analyzing the object itself.
Multisensor metrology systems have evolved over the past 20 years to integrate a wide array of sensor techniques—optical, laser, touch-probe, white light and scanning probe.
Visualize the large tool, the cabinet of Figure 1, being on your company’s or agency’s premises. What is it? What can you use it for? It’s mainly intended for stressing, for finding weaknesses in, your electronic and other assemblies.
3angles is led by Joop Kraijesteijn, who spent the past 12 years with DNV KEMA.
Nondestructive Testing (NDT) based on laser technology has witnessed incremental acceptance in the NDT industry since the early 1990’s with shearography and holography interferometry as the most widely recognized techniques based on this technology.
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