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NSI Technical Day to Demonstrate Latest Digital Industrial X-ray Scanning, Inspection Equipment
Industrial professionals will see the latest in digital X-ray and computed tomography (CT) inspection systems and data-analysis software at an open-to-the-public technical day hosted by North Star Imaging on June 6, 2019, in Marlborough, Massachusetts. Image courtesy of North Star Imaging (NSI).
The June 6 event in Marlborough, Mass., will also feature insights on CT-analysis software
North Star Imaging (NSI) will hold an open-to-the-public technical day on June 6, 2019, at its laboratory in Marlborough, Massachusetts, where industrial users can see the latest in digital X-ray and computed tomography (CT) inspection systems and data-analysis software.
North Star Imaging recently installed an additional digital X-ray and CT system at the Inspection Services and Applications Laboratory in Marlborough, where the demonstration will be held. Company officials said the new addition was in response to significant growth in the East Coast region since the opening of NSI’s facility in 2017.
“Use of these precision tools has become essential for ensuring the quality of products made with today’s advanced manufacturing equipment,” said Eric Gingras, business development Manager for NSI, in a statement.
Also at the event, experts from Volume Graphics will provide insights into the essential role of CT in digital product life cycle management.
Experts from Volume Graphics, a developer of CT data-analysis software, will join NSI at the demonstration to provide insights into the essential role of CT in digital product lifecycle management. They will also give a preview of their latest software release, VGSTUDIO MAX 3.3, which carries out post-processing tasks such as dimensional metrology; CT to CAD comparison; porosity, inclusion, defect, and fiber material analyses; simulation of voxel data, and more.
“As manufacturing becomes increasingly digitized and complex, it’s imperative that rapid assessment of a finished product be carried out with great precision and automation,” said Kamil Szepanski, technical solutions expert at Volume Graphics. “Whether it’s a casting, a composite layup, additively manufactured (3D printed) using aluminum, titanium, Inconel, carbon fiber, or ceramic composites, the power of a CT scanner can be adjusted to penetrate almost every material, and the analysis software be put to work on the resulting data to evaluate any defects or deviations.”
Attendees can attend either of the two sessions at the NSI Technical Day: either 9 a.m. to 12 noon or 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., with lunch served to both groups from 12 noon to 1 p.m.
To reserve a spot for this free event, click here.
For further information, contact Sheri Golla at 763-463-5650; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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