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Testing technology for quality assurance in production

Denmark-based Belden Cekan produces connectors for IT installations in office buildings, hotels and stadiums. For complex parts, quality control is achieved using a CT method: Belden Cekan relies on the Danish measurement specialist Zebicon to measure, validate and document its products. This uses the measuring system to perform the component analysis GOM CT, an industrial computer tomograph that enables nondestructive testing of part geometries, including internal structures and hidden geometries.

schneider0519Control Hall 5, 5501 Stand

Dr. Heinrich Schneider Messtechnik provides the Profile projector PV 360 in front. The table version can compare or measure. The precise devices have a long life. Whether 2-axis digital display or M2 measuring and evaluation software, with or without edge sensor: All variants are already fully operational and intuitive to use without any additional accessories.

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To make the crack test even easier and more intuitive Foerster has the Tester "Statograph"Further developed and thus the crack inspection prepared for the challenges of the integration into the digitization of production environments: The test instruments Statograph CM + / CM also offer an intuitive operating structure.

zwick1118The notched-bar impact test is a method of material testing with which the toughness of materials can be determined comparatively quickly and with little effort. With the new Pendulum HIT450P for testing metals presents Zwick Roell with a test instrument that is optimally tuned to the test procedure.

olympus1018Olympus presents with "Iplex GX / GT"Robust industrial videoscopes for detailed images, smooth video and easy test data sharing. Whether used for quality control, routine plant maintenance or aerospace safety testing, the efficient models enable easy, flexible inspection of even hard-to-reach areas thanks to quickly configurable light sources and risers.

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Industrial computed tomography (CT) has long been established as the standard method of non-destructive material testing. Thanks to the ability to precisely analyze, inspect and measure complex internal and external features, CT continues to grow in popularity. The process offers particularly valuable information if the test object can be examined under realistic operating conditions, as it is Diondo realized with the "in situ CT".

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