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Validating Additive Manufactured Parts with Industrial CT Scanning

While additive manufacturing provides many benefits, there can be high variability and increased risk of defects with 3D printed parts. As more industries are relying on this technology, ensuring quality in finished products will be crucial to winning the trust of consumers. Accurate inspection...

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Part Sorting: Introducing Good Parts Back into Production

DEARBORN, MI – Jul 28, 2017 – Identifying and isolating parts that fail to meet stringent quality standards shouldn’t be an uncertain process. Part sorting with digital radiography provides definitive results, takes less time than traditional testing, and can reveal internal defects...

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Jesse Garant Metrology Center is redefining the future of service based part inspection

DEARBORN, MI – June 19, 2017 – Jesse Garant Metrology Center (USA & Canada) announced that it has expanded its operations to accommodate the growing demand for high volume part inspection for pre-production and production validation. With investments in new equipment and improved...

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MASS FINISHING: Centrifugal Barrel Finishing Application – Difficult Burr Removal Conditions

INDEX TERMS: Abrasive Media Aerospace Deburring and Finishing Burnishing Centrifugal Isotropic Finishing Deburring Micro-inch Finishing Polishing Pre-Plate or Pre-Coating Finishing Not all burrs are created equal. Some burrs are heavily rooted and some materials have a measure...


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To 3D Print or Not to 3D Print? New Evaluation System Will Help Answer Manufacturing Industry Question

I'm happy to announce that General Motors and SME are working with Michael Grieves (Florida Institute of Technology) to develop a web-based evaluation system to aid manufacturers in making better decisions in additive manufacturing, also known and 3D printing. This partnership of companies...


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Failure Investigation with Industrial CT Scanning

Parts and components fail for a number of reasons, including flaws in design, manufacturing defects, and normal wear. Determining the root cause of failure can pose a challenge for manufacturers, often requiring extensive testing and collection of data. Industrial CT scanning is a radiographic...

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