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NDT.net Issue - 2017-09 - NEWS
2017-09 NDT.net Journal,

BeamTool 8 Release


Eclipse Scientific Products46, Waterloo [Canada]
 
NDT.net Journal
Issue: 2017-09

We're proud to introduce the 8th generation of BeamTool, the world’s most popular application for fast, easy, open technique development for NDT.

Eclipse's innovation is fueled by customer feedback as proven with our new features:

    DLA & DMA Probes with Focal Law Export, Beam Highlighting and Focal Law Delay Visualization, Asymmetrical Welds, Clad Material Support, Transverse Probes, Improved CAD Tools, Sound Mode Colorization, Compound S-Scan, Dissimilar Weld Material, 3D Sound Paths Ray-tracer, Inset Backing Bar, Custom Velocity Modes with Path Cropping, Double J Welds, Transverse Angle Measurements and additional High Temp Wedges.

Click here to view all the new features: www.eclipsescientific.com/beamtool.html

Eclipse Scientific Products

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