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10/7/2014

CAMX 2014 preview: Trillion Quality Systems

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Trilion Quality Systems (Plymouth Meeting, Pa.) is featuring and demonstrating its precision 3-D optical measurement and inspection testing devices.

Trilion Quality Systems (Plymouth Meeting, Pa.) is featuring and demonstrating its precision 3-D optical measurement and inspection testing devices. Its 3-D image correlation (DIC, or digital image correlation), photogrammetry and shearography instruments measure material properties, structural response and product quality in aerospace, automotive, biomechanics, civil structures and defense fields. Trilion demonstrate this advanced ARAMIS technology in its booth. 

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