JR Technology (stand N6) will be showcasing the latest features of the DolphiCam2 Ultrasonic Matrix Array Camera during this year’s Advanced Engineering 2019, held at the NEC Birmingham from 30-31 October.
Launched earlier this year, the DolphiCam2 UT imaging platform brings non-destructive testing (NDT) inspection to a new level with the ability to view the weave of fibre reinforcements, wrinkling and excess resin.
New functionality includes: Full Matrix Capture (FMC) allows the user to save ‘cubes’ of data, and upload them later to manipulate settings, add filters, etc.; Total Focusing Method (TFM) not only facilitates focusing in the B-scan (2D), but also in the D (3D; cube of data), without the use of an encoder.
DolphiCam2 requires little training to use, is lightweight and extremely reliable. It is available now supporting a range of frequencies between 0.5 and 15MHz, making it suitable for materials from glass and carbon fibre through to titanium and stainless steel.
DolphiCam2 delivers accurate data faster than any other product in the industry through market-leading innovations.