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|NDT.net Issue - 2007-08 - NEWS |
|Waltham, MA, USA, July, 2007 - Olympus NDT, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, is pleased to introduce the GLIDER, the latest generation of a manual 2-axis encoding scanner designed primarily for the inspection of composite and aluminum aircraft parts such as fuselages. The GLIDER offers significant advantages due to its cost-efficient design, multi-technology capability, and lightweight but rugged construction. |
With a light, aluminum frame and removable index arm, the GLIDER can easily be transported or reassembled for use on multiple parts. The GLIDER is available in three sizes: GLIDER 18×18, GLIDER 24×24, and GLIDER 36×36, providing scan areas of 46 cm × 46 cm, 61 cm × 61 cm, and 91 cm × 91 cm respectively. The GLIDER will interface with the OmniScan modular flaw detector or any other data acquisition system.
The new GLIDER manual X-Y scanner is yet another important Olympus NDT product in its ongoing commitment to provide the aerospace market with a full portfolio of high-quality testing instruments and accessories.
The new GLIDER is available immediately from Olympus NDT`s offices and sales representatives worldwide.
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