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new software solution for non-destructive testing (NDT) will allow inspection analysts to create and share inspection


procedures with fi eld inspectors around the world. Developed by DolphiTech AS (Raufoss, Norway), the DolphiCam TeamCenter software solution integrates with the DolphiCam Ultrasound Cam- era system and enables true scalable and team-based NDT. With the increased use of carbon


fi ber reinforced plastic (CFRP), the need for NDT is rising, but NDT equipment is expensive and requires time-consuming, costly training. “Today’s NDT solutions simply do not scale,” said Jan Olav Endrerud, vice president, product and marketing at DolphiTech. With Dolphi- Cam TeamCenter, an NDT expert can generate inspection procedures contain- ing instructions, photos and sample ultrasound images, as well as embedded camera and material settings. Field inspectors simply hook up their DolphiCam and perform inspections according to the procedure. Reports are automatically created upon completion, which can then be sent back to the NDT expert, insurance companies or other in- terested parties. The system uses matrix transducer technology and is extremely portable, user-friendly, offering 2D and 3D images of internal structures in modern, lightweight materials. For more informa- tion, visit www.dolphitech.com. ME


New Arbitrary Spindle-Speed Override Option


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ANUC America Corp. (Rochester Hills, MI) is now offering the arbitrary speed threading option on its 0i-TD and 0i Mate-TD CNCs for new turning machines. Arbitrary speed threading en- ables adjusting the spindle speed during thread cutting to control chatter, and it also provides the functionality to quickly rethread or repair existing threads. Ideally suited for oil & gas industry pipe and fi tting thread maintenance,


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