Laser Marking in Jewellery Industry
Jewellery Industry, Laser Marking

Laser Marking In Jewellery Industry

Jewelry industry has already replaced the traditional marking methods like mechanical, pad printing, chemical marking, and stamping with the technologically advanced laser marking method. Laser Marking on jewelry is able to mark on a great range of shapes and materials with great precision and speed. If appropriately powered the laser is able to cut through the thin metals to make…

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New Trends in Eddy Current Inspection Technology
Eddy Current Testing

New Trends in Eddy Current Inspection Technology

Fundamentally, Eddy Current Testing has not changed since it was first introduced in 1879, still, it is known as the best inspection technique used in various cases till dates. With the unaltered technology, its applications have turned out to be much more sophisticated, majorly in the last 20 years. The experts of the inspection across various fields like manufacturing, aerospace,…

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Importance of calibration in Leak Testing
Leak Tester, Leak Testing Methods

Importance of calibration in Leak Testing

Calibration is one of the many ways to achieve a precision in leak testing. Internal calibration delivers the desired results for the most leak testing applications since the leak detector properly tunes to helium and correctly reports the leak it sees. However, accuracy is influenced by numerous factors, most of which are not in control of the leak detector and…

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Leak Testing For Marine And Coastal Accommodation
Leak Tester, Leak Testing Methods, Marine Industry

Leak Testing For Marine And Coastal Accommodation

Marine industry and its offshore platforms including both fixed and mobile consider safety as its number one priority. One of the biggest safety issues on board is that the living quarter demands a positive pressure while the operation and especially during an emergency situation. If we see the average common safety rule, it clearly states that leak testing must be…

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Laser Welding Applications Broadening Possibilities
Laser Marking, Laser Welding, Pharmaceutical Industry

Laser Welding Applications Broadening Possibilities

The utilization of the lasers for welding has proved its worth since the last 35 years in the selected applications. In spite of being high in the capital cost, the precise, highly intense heat source makes the laser as a perfect choice around the tight tolerances, close fit-ups, and thin materials. Lasers produce less distortion comparatively, on a few applications…

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Laser Marking In Fibre
Laser Marking

Laser Marking In Fibre

Laser marking is nothing different than burning the leaves with a magnifying glass. We burn the leaves with magnifying glass simply by placing a lens over the leaf at the focal point of the lens; here the lens collects the sunlight. The collected sunlight then focuses on the leaf and concentrate the sunlight on the small spot of the leaf.…

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Dual Axis Scanning Laser Micrometers
Laser Micrometer

Dual Axis Scanning Laser Micrometers

Dual axis, which is also called as dual-plane models, makes the measurements from the two different angles or viewpoints. The two measurement axes are perpendicular and coplanar to each other. The product that is to be measured is placed perpendicularly to the measurement field. To measure the diameter, ovality, and position of the product micrometer is typically used. Considering the…

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Torque Test Equipment
Torque Systems

Torque Test System

A torque testing system is specifically the range of capacity id from utilized as a device for the quality control test or to calibrate the torque controlled tools. This comprises of electronic torque wrenches, click torque wrenches, and dial torque wrenches, electric screwdrivers, pulse tools and many more. The Torque Testing involves measuring the amount of torque that is being…

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Helium Leak Detection
Leak Testing Methods

Titanium Helium Leak Detection

Helium is one of the best-suited choices to find the leaks because it is non-toxic, inert, non-condensable, non-flammable and is present in the atmosphere in the trace amounts (5 ppm). Since the atomic size of the helium is small it easily passes through the leaks. Hydrogen is the only molecule smaller than helium. Hydrogen is not used in leak detection…

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