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NDT Technologies has published these technical articles:

(Sensing and Measurement Instruments)
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Threaded fasteners are by far the most common way to join mechanical components. To ensure the step is done correctly, the threads in the various tapped modules must be properly formed. Eddy current... (View Full Article)
(Calibration and Testing Services)
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The pistol on the right was profiled with both non-contact and contact eddy current inspection techniques to determine the characteristics of the inside on its bore. A Ball Runner profiling probe was... (View Full Article)
(Calibration and Testing Services)
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Eddy current inspection of industrial machining processes has evolved over the past several decades to the point where it is now a well understood and effectively used technology capable of making a... (View Full Article)
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Eddy current testing was pioneered in the 1800s by David Edward Hughes (1830-1900), an American inventor who discovered that a coil of wire carrying an alternating current was affected by any... (View Full Article)
(Calibration and Testing Services)
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Eddy current testing provides an analog means of evaluating mechanical parts. It is not a go/no-go gauge, but a proportional means of reviewing the characteristics of machined components. Although a... (View Full Article)
(Calibration and Testing Services)
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During the fabrication of subassemblies that contain bearings (that are either self-contained in that subassembly or are captured in a race) it is important to verify that the full compliment of... (View Full Article)

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