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We specialize in the design and manufacture of automated and semi-automated ultrasonic testing systems, including multi axis, multi channels systems and phased array electronics.
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suresh
NDT Inspector, -
NIT ,T, India, Joined Sep 2006, 4

suresh

NDT Inspector, -
NIT ,T,
India,
Joined Sep 2006
4
14:54 Nov-09-2019
Tomoview Display
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Dear Tomoview Experts,

Any leads how to bring up in Scan axis in the menu display setup for S-Scan

i.e, Display > Cursors > Scan the scan axis cursor for the S-Scan display.

Thanks in advance for reply

 
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Ali
NDT Inspector,
Iran, Joined Mar 2013, 111

Ali

NDT Inspector,
Iran,
Joined Mar 2013
111
13:25 Nov-13-2019
Re: Tomoview Display
In Reply to suresh at 14:54 Nov-09-2019 (Opening).

Suresh,
I don't think that Tomo view able to display scan axis with single S-scan view.You need at least C or B-scan to see scan axis ruler. UT studiu from Sonatest can display scan axis frams (not scan axis ruler) with single S-scan view .

 
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nick bublitz
Other, Phased Array Analysist
VeriPhase, USA, Joined May 2010, 129

nick bublitz

Other, Phased Array Analysist
VeriPhase,
USA,
Joined May 2010
129
16:08 Nov-13-2019
Re: Tomoview Display
In Reply to suresh at 14:54 Nov-09-2019 (Opening).

In order to show the scan, and be able to move the cursor and see the resulting S-scan and A-scan at that scan position, you must choose a view that has a scan axis, i.e. a C-scan. The menu you are manipulating is not the right area for choosing displays, see the manual https://www.olympus-ims.com/en/tomoview/#!cms[tab]=%2Ftomoview%2Fresources

You will want an empty window that is "active or selected", then use the View/Contents menus from the top.

 
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Suresh
Suresh
13:45 Nov-17-2019
Re: Tomoview Display
In Reply to nick bublitz at 16:08 Nov-13-2019 .

Thanks for reply,

Sometimes of the many views set in the customized TV display, I just want to blow up S-scan and navigate through the scan length. I always wonder there is scan position (see pics just below the index axis ruler) at bottom of S-Scan & or all views inactive and null value in TV analysis mode and also given a blown up S-scan there is no way to know at which scan position... So, if there is anyway to browse thru scan positions using mouse or shortcut key...

..on lighter note the same can be done in OmniPC

Again thanks for reply..

 
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