The new enhanced I.B.I.S. follows the same format. It plots, in straight-line form,
the o.d. profile and also the thickness profile, thickness being added to the o.d.
results such that the o.d., and the i.d. can be compared directly in engineering
units with the ideal condition. Ideal, in this case is a straight line for both o.d.
and i.d. conditions.
The screen presentation can be toggled back and forth between the original thickness
only mode and the new o.d./i.d. Mode.
Take a look at the screen reproduced above.
Vol.5 No.2 Winter 2010
The InspecTech Inquirer
In our summer 2008 edition we reported on the special version of the Flux Leakage
weld line test unit that had been configured to test square and rectangular product.
This was no ordinary application, because the product was formed and welded as a
After that novel machine was put to work it seems to have done its job well because
by 2010 a second unit was ordered by the same customer, and it was delivered in the
fall. Once again, nothing was straightforward, and fitting the flux leakage test
machine into the existing mill environment called for a quick and easy way to remove
the entire test
unit during mill changeover. Furthermore, constraints in the mill layout required
some changes in configuration. Our photo shows the new machine ready to ship.
Meet The People
Vaughan Lawrence is a 20-year veteran of our Group, although until now he has worked
in our Analygas division doing inside sales. Now, because our increasing business
takes Martin Plut out on the road so frequently, Vaughan is going to start working
on Inspectech inside sales. Vaughan will be helping Martin Plut, primarily in the
area of parts, quotations, orders and expediting.
It is Vaughan's responsibility to ensure that your parts orders will be processed
efficiently, and that deliveries are made on time. We hope you will contact Vaughan
by phone or E-mail email@example.com