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10/10/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: Laser Technology

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Laser Technology Inc. (LTI, Norristown, PA, US), a manufacturer of digital shearography and holography nondestructive testing systems and instruments, will emphasize its high-speed, laser-based NDT systems, services and engineering to the aerospace, transportation and marine industries.

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Laser Technology Inc. (LTI, Norristown, PA, US), a manufacturer of digital shearography and holography nondestructive testing systems and instruments, will emphasize its high-speed, laser-based NDT systems, services and engineering to the aerospace, transportation and marine industries. LTI says its laser systems are highly effective for composites, sandwich panels, composites-overwrapped pressure vessels, metal-bonded structures, rocket engines and thermal protection systems. LTI also offers Laser Methods Training Courses to ASNT SNT-TC-1A and NAS-410 for Level II and III.

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