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Inspection and Test Equipment
Optical inspection system for advanced fibre reinforced plastics
Inspection and Test Equipment : 19 April, 2015
At Hannover Messe 2015 Vitronic presented a new system for automated optical 2D/3D position detection and quality inspection for CFRP and GFRP cuts and components used in production processes. Examples of components from the automotive industry will be shown where the systems are already being successfully used.
 
Measurement system for carbon fibre aircraft wing box sections
Inspection and Test Equipment : 28 December, 2014
Oil & gas pipe measurement specialist Optical Metrology Services (OMS) has developed a non-contact, laser-based dimensional measurement system for aircraft wing boxes (horizontal stabilisers) and other similar shaped systems.
 
Application Note: FT-IR instrumentation takes on responsibility for its own performance verification
Inspection and Test Equipment : 07 April, 2011
Increased confidence for scientists from FT-IR instrumentation in their results during Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) testing means they are able to focus on handling the ever growing number of samples produced and letting the responsibility for performance verification go to the instrument itself.
 
Compression testing machine helps optimise diamond mining processes
Inspection and Test Equipment : 16 January, 2009
Even though diamond is the hardest naturally occurring material, it is still very brittle. This is a problem during mining, as the comminution, separation and transport processes can all cause damage to the valuable product. Now, international diamond producer De Beers is using a Zwick compression testing machine to analyse how diamonds break during mining.
 
Particulates - ever tinier particles are coming under the researchers
Inspection and Test Equipment : 18 March, 2005
Scientists fear that the most dangerous particles are even smaller than PM10, particles with a diameter of less than 10 micrometres. Currently there are neither limit values nor a monitoring network for such particles. These ultrafine particles are smaller than 100 nanometres, that is less than one ten millionth of a metre.
 
 
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