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Sporting Goods Industry

When a star’s name and reputation are on the line, they want to be using the best, most precise equipment. How can you be sure you are providing that?

Non-destructive X-ray testing of products is the most sure way. Testing concentricity of spheres, checking parts’ placement and orientation, verifying electrical connections can all be done once the item is assembled or earlier in the manufacturing process.

TruViewTM X-ray inspection systems can accomplish this for you either with our standard systems or a custom machine built around your product.

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There isn’t much more reassuring on a high-reliability product than to have a final X-ray inspection of the product to verify that all the parts are where they should be. Confirming orientation of a needle, the right number of coils on a spring, or the proper amount of fill in a vial are all crucial.

Parts &<br>Placement

LEDs are great, but voids can turn great, faithful products into unreliable components with a shorter lifespan than an incandescent bulb. Trust a TruViewTM system to verify your voiding is within specifications.

LED and Power<br>Devices

There are many layers to battery inspection. Depending on the battery type, resolving the layers themselves can be critical. The anode and cathode connections presence and alignment not only show pass/fail but also are signs of counterfeits.

Battery<br>Inspection

3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is still progressing strongly. Seeing the internal structure, porosity, and other defects is a huge advantage towards making strong designs.

3D Printing

Critical castings should be inspected for weak spots due to porosity as well as shrinkage and hot tears.

Castings

Computed Tomography, or CT, is valuable tool for inspecting products in full 3D. The product is spun a full 360 degrees while hundreds or thousands of X-ray images are acquired. Powerful software then reconstructs a model that can be spun, sliced, and even printed with additive manufacturing.

Computed Tomography