Flaw detection

  • 30-Jun-2008 09:51 EDT
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The Luxxor Video System from Gradient Lens connects to a range of rigid or flexible borescopes, including Hawkeyes, to capture, document, store, and share borescope images and detect product flaws early in the manufacturing process. With the video system, users can document inspections and store video or still images on a computer hard drive; share inspection images via e-mail or hard copy; conduct group reviews of inspection images displayed on a video monitor; and perform repetitive inspections by relieving the physical and mental fatigue of inspectors. Including documentation with the visual inspection is suitable when producing mission-critical parts. The Luxxor video system includes camera, light source, light guide, video coupler lens, USB image-capture interface, and storage case.

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