This is a no cost 1-day workshop.
Learn what is possible with the latest non-contact measurement technologies. Experience a range of state-of-the-art instruments and software from top manufacturers.
Dr. Erik Novak will be presenting "Polarized Light Portable Surface Profiling (1um)", 2:30 PM.
Precision components for aerospace, automotive, and other applications must be inspected throughout production for damage, and throughout their life span for wear, corrosion and defects.
Inspectors face challenges in determining the severity of defects and the depth of desired features such as laser marking or dot peening. Visual comparison techniques are quick and inexpensive but are subjective and not repeatable. More accurate metrology systems are typically too expensive, slow and susceptible to environmental factors for use on the shop floor.
The 4D InSpec Surface Gauge is the first handheld, precision instrument for non-contact measurement of surface features and defects, with micrometer-level resolution. The gauge measures defects from 0.1 to 100 mils deep, even in difficult-to-access areas such as under flanges, in bores and on curved surfaces. Measurements take just seconds, with instant results and reporting.
In this webinar we will discuss the Polarized Structured Light (PSL) technology behind the 4D InSpec Surface Gauge. We will demonstrate how the 4D InSpec can be used to measure surface features on large components and in difficult to access areas, as well as to make repeatable QA/QC measurements on production parts.
The webinar will take place Thursday, Jan 19, 2017 1:00PM - 2:00PM EST (18:00 GMT).
Arizona Commerce Authority Booth B2.135/3.
Soliton Booth, Number B2.415.
4D Technology invites you to join us for a webinar discussing improved methods and technologies for high resolution, shop-floor surface defect measurement. The webinar will take place on Tuesday, July 18, 12:00pm EST (16:00 GMT).
Accurate measurement of surface defects is essential to the long life and performance of precision components for aerospace, automotive, and other applications.
The challenge facing inspectors is how to quantify pits, scratches, bumps, etc., with sufficient resolution, coverage and speed to satisfy customer requirements—particularly on complex surfaces or on large components.
In this webinar we will discuss the challenges involved in making accurate surface defect measurements. Kevin Harding, President of Optical Metrology Solutions, (recently retired as GE Research Principal Scientist), will discuss the strengths and shortcomings of common measurement techniques, ranging from a “calibrated fingernail” to high-end 3D surface profilers.
Dr. Erik Novak of 4D Technology Corporation will present the 4D InSpec Surface Gauge, the first handheld, precision instrument for non-contact, 3D measurement of surface features and defects. Developed in conjunction with major aerospace and precision machining companies, the handheld 4D InSpec measures defects from 0.1 to 100 mils deep, even in difficult part locations, with measurement times of a few seconds and instant results and reporting.
Examples from new-make and repair/rework facilities will be presented in which the new gauge has been used to dramatically reduce measurement cycle time, decrease the rate of rework due to false-positive measurements, and improve the traceability and reliability of measurement results.
The webinar will take place Tuesday, July 18, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (16:00 GMT). A recording of the webinar will be made available to all registrants shortly after the event.
Dr. Erik Novak will present, "Handheld NonContact 3D Inspection of Precision Components Improves Yields", Tuesday, December 5.
Do you need to dramatically reduce scrap and rework of precision machined parts? We can help. Attend 4D Technology's "Simple, 3D Shop Floor Measurement Reduces Part Rejection" webinar on Thursday, January 11, 1:00 pm EST (18:00 GMT) to learn about new methods for affordable, high resolution, shop-floor surface defect and feature measurement.
East Building Level 2
4D Technology will be closed on the US Thanksgiving holidays. We wish you and yours a pleasant holiday.
4D Technology will be closed Christmas day. We wish you Happy Holidays, and a prosperous New Year.
MRO Americas provides a world class venue for all those involved in the MRO sector to exchange ideas and best practices, share experiences, debate issues and challenges and gather knowledge.
April 9-11, 2019
Georgia World Congress Center
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
4D Technology designs and manufactures surface gauges, surface roughness profilers and other metrology for accurate measurement of precision surfaces. The 4D InSpec Surface Gauge is the first handheld, precision instrument for non-contact, 3D measurement of surface features and defects. The 4D InSpec brings high resolution, 3D surface measurement to the factory floor. Measure pits, scratches, nicks, dents, bumps, rivet depth, dot peen depth, etc., from 0.0002” to 0.1” (5 µm–2.5 mm) deep or tall. The 4D InSpec is far more repeatable and accurate than visual comparison and more flexible and affordable than high-end measurement systems.
What if you could reduce turnaround time and part shortages by taking better, easier measurements?
This exclusive webinar demonstrates how to get more parts from your parts inspection process with 3D shop floor measurements. You’ll learn how to beat the most difficult metrology challenges and qualify more parts:
Coming soon! April 10, 2019, 1:00PM EST (UTC-7)
Soliton Laser- und Messtechnik GmbH, our newest distributor for 4D InSpec in Germany and related countries of mainland Europe will be demonstrating 4D InSpec in their booth at the 2019 Control Quality Assurance event. Map it: Exhibition Hall 7 - Booth 7507
Join us at ASME's Turbo Expo -- a show about turbine engines and increasing engine power-- and see parts measured live on the show floor.
Where: Phoenix, Arizona USA
When: June 18-20, 2019
Displaying: 4D InSpec handheld defect gauge
We hope to see you there!
Join us in Chicagoland at the biennial Quality show!
See live demonstrations of 4D InSpec, and try your hand at how easy it is.
We'll be showcasing the new aluminum housing, which is quieter, stronger, with better resolution.
If room permits, we'll show the new robotic automation features as well.
Donald E. Stephens Convention Center
See the floor plan