If you are a manufacturer of components or assemblies incorporating plastics, metals, ceramics, electronic components or any combination of these, Laser Scanning in partnership with James Fisher NDT, is able to perform X-ray scanning inspection services for new or existing clients.
In partnership with James Fisher NDT, we can support aerospace, automotive, Formula 1, telecoms, pharmaceutical industries and many more. Samples examined range from the latest hi-tech microchip to a 65 million-year-old dinosaur egg. The possibilities are endless!
X-ray inspection services are great for..
Advanced Material Analysis
Weld Quality Analysis
Plastic Welding/Bonding Quality Verification
Internal and External Measurements
Food Products Inspection
Museum Artifact Digitization
Product Quality Compliance
Research and Development
Aluminium and Steel Castings Inspection
Medical and Pharmaceutical Device Inspection
Electronic Component Inspection
Automated castings inspection machine, e.g. automotive and aerospace components;
Pipe and tube weld inspection, e.g. oil, gas and industrial plant;
Automated quality control solutions, e.g. food, munitions and nuclear;
High energy systems for the inspection of thick sections of dense materials;
Replacing film with digital X-ray detection equipment which facilitates automation and improves the efficiency and accuracy of the inspection process; and
Advanced defect enhancement.
and much more..
Inspection for industrial and electronic applications
When a company has a need to investigate a component the simple act of disassembling the part can destroy any evidence within the sample and no valuable information is gathered. X-ray inspection can provide valuable information on the part, and is often used for fault analysis, process evaluation and product development – without the need for disassembly or destructive testing.
Results may be supplied as easy-to-interpret reports, with still images, (tiff or jpeg) avi, or complete data sets.
Top-class systems operated by experienced users.
The x-ray inspection facilities are operated by experienced application engineers. These specialists will be able to optimize the systems to gain the best X-ray results to identify the issues and may be able to offer both advice and solutions when these faults are detected in the material under inspection.