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PUBLISHED: 9/5/2012

Automated nondestructive inspection

NDT Solutions Inc. and Genesis Systems Group report that they have teamed up to develop automated robotic non-destructive inspection (NDI) systems.


PUBLISHED: 8/1/2012

Robotic nondestructive inspection system

Genesis Systems Group, a recent start-up that claims to be the largest robotic systems builder in North America, showed at SAMPE 2012 its Nspect 210 robotic nondestructive inspection (NDI) system, featuring a high-speed ultrasonic array.


PUBLISHED: 8/1/2012

Remotely operated wind blade inspection system

In booth space shared with Howard Grote & Sons, Helical Robotics LLC demonstrated for WINDPOWER 2012 attendees its HR-1000LL portable climbing robot, which can provide remotely operated blade inspection.


PUBLISHED: 5/21/2012

NDE system uses ultrasonics for composites inspection

U.K.-based Babcock has developed a non-destructive examination (NDE) system for evaluation of composite repairs and the underlying substrate.


PUBLISHED: 5/3/2012

Highly distributed strain sensing

Luna Innovations Inc. has integrated highly distributed strain sensing in its Optical Distributed Sensor Interrogator instrument to sense strain from impact in composite structures.


PUBLISHED: 1/31/2012

Optical strain/temperature measurement

Luna Innovations Inc.'s new ODiSI (Optical Distributed Sensor Interrogator) instrument is designed to deliver an unprecedented amount of data, using optical fiber as a continuous sensor.


PUBLISHED: 11/1/2011

Automated test-strip cutter

The AZCO Corp. (Fairfield, N.J.) Test Strip Cutter allows layed-up diagnostic test sheets to be cut into individual strips.


PUBLISHED: 7/23/2010

All-electric fatigue-testing machine

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments has introduced the EMT-series Servopulser fatigue-testing machine.


PUBLISHED: 4/8/2010

Laser ultrasound inspection system

iPhoton Solutions LLC has introduced its first composites inspection system based on laser ultrasound technology.


PUBLISHED: 4/7/2010

Remote, noncontact, infrared temperature sensors

The Gold Series from Williamson Corp. is a line of single-wavelength infrared temperature sensors that provide up to 0.25 percent of reading measurement accuracy for monitoring and controlling product quality and process productivity.


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