- October 24, 2017
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Information session and demonstration
Manufactured products that don’t meet their design intent due to undetected defects lead to warranty issues and the costs of repair and replacement. In the worst case, defects can make for unsafe conditions or lead to catastrophic failure of a product. Non-destructive inspection helps to detect hidden flaws before the product leaves the factory.
Join us as we explore non-destructive inspection technology. Learn how to select the right tool for the job.
Manufacturers use non-destructive inspection at all stages in the manufacturing process. Raw materials and incoming components can be examined and accepted, rejected, or repaired prior to assembly. In process monitoring can detect flaws in the manufacturing process. Final inspection assures the quality and conformance of a part when it leaves the facility.
There are a wide variety of non-destructive inspection tools available to industry. Optical, ultrasonic, and electromagnetic methods can be employed to detect flaws, evaluate compliance with specifications, and assess performance of components. Selection of the most appropriate technology is key to getting results that are meaningful.
Jason Hollett, Technical Sales Representative for Olympus IMS will present an overview and demonstration of:
- Video Borescopes,
- Conventional Ultrasonic Inspection
- Phased Array Ultrasonic Inspection
- Eddy Current Inspection
- Bond Inspection
Jason Hollett is a graduate of Fleming College in Peterborough, Ontario and has been a technical sales representative with Olympus ISM since 2009.
Thank you to our event partners, Manitoba Aerospace and Olympus ISM.