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The Vanta Element from Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas provides the same fast material- and alloy-grade identification as the line’s other models in a rugged, cost-effective package. The 2.9-lb X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer works in temperatures ranging from 14 degrees F to 113 degrees F (-10 degrees C to 45 degrees C).
Their partnership with a Quebec engineering school outlines a five-year strategy to tackle NDT challenges.
Mike Gleason and Jon Hays purchase this metalworking distributor from Kevin Hess.
The MagnaFORM scanner from Olympus is a fast, reliable way to reduce the turnaround time of weld inspection and stress corrosion cracking inspections on the roughest welds and corroded surfaces, saving time and reducing inspection costs.
This deal strengthens their competitive position in non-destructive testing applications.
This $115 million deal should accelerate laser processing applications in transportation, aerospace and other industrial markets.
They bring non-destructive testing experience with automation and digitization in X-ray inspection.
For nondestructive testing of aerospace components, including high-critical turbine parts and more, the roof-mounted 7-axis XRHGantry X-ray system from VisiConsult uses digital technology to detect the smallest cracks or other defects inside each component for repair.
With an ergonomic design, long battery life and intuitive touchscreen to inspect more areas faster than ever without fatigue, Zetec’s MIZ-21C handheld eddy current instrument has surface array capabilities for fast, accurate inspections in demanding NDT applications in aerospace.
Large-scale automation from Genesis Systems features KUKA robots and mobility equipment for non-destructive inspection, laser processing, mobile robotic platforms, IIoT connectivity for press tending and cell control, and manipulators used in commercial aerospace and aircraft applications.
This deal expands their line of tooling and equipment for new aircraft engine programs and MRO of legacy engines.
Their new facility is strategically located in Silicon Valley, the hub of innovation and technology.
Bystronic Completes First U.S. Assembled Fiber Laser Cutting Machine
Showing the company’s commitment to the North American market, the milestone is magnified by the addition of 8kW and 10kW fiber laser power to the next generation BySmart Fiber 3015. By fall, Bystronic plans to begin assembling its BySmart Fiber 4020 at the same Midwest facility.
3DEO Achieves ISO 9001:2015 with Dynamic Process Control
LA-based company says it’s poised to become the next generation of manufacturing. Their ISO certification took half the usual required timeframe thanks to the factory’s quality production methodology from the beginning.