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NVision Specialized Training Assists Navy's Reverse Engineering

(Coppell, TX) Customized, on-site training provided by NVision, Inc. is helping a Naval Air Station (NAS) improve its reverse engineering process. After experiencing significant frustration and sub-standard scanning results, the NAS contacted NVision, which regularly works with every branch of the U.S. military and specializes in providing scanning solutions and customized, on-site training in...

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NVision Specialized Training Assists Navy's Reverse Engineering

(Coppell, TX) Customized, on-site training provided by NVision, Inc. is helping a Naval Air Station (NAS) improve its reverse engineering process. After experiencing significant frustration and sub-standard scanning results, the NAS contacted NVision, which regularly works with every branch of the U.S. military and specializes in providing scanning solutions and customized, on-site training in...

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NVision Now Offers Industrial CT Scanning
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NVision Now Offers Industrial CT Scanning

(Coppell, TX) - NVision's Engineering Service Division is now offering industrial CT scanning for reverse engineering and full inspection of components. Industrial CT (Computed Tomography) scanning is a process which utilizes x-ray equipment to produce 3D representations of both internal and external components. According to Steve Kersen, NVision's Vice President of Sales and Marketing, CT...

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NVision's HandHeld Scanner Helps Keep USAF Planes Combat-Ready

NVision's HandHeld Scanner Helps Keep USAF Planes Combat-Ready

(Coppell, TX) - Engineers and machinists at several United States Air Force (USAF) bases are now using NVision's HandHeld laser scanner to reverse engineer complex aircraft parts, which are then machined to the highest level of accuracy and installed, maintaining USAF planes in peak working condition. Reverse engineering is often required for aircraft that were originally designed without...

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NVision's Scanning Saves Invensys 60 hours in Mechanical Upgrade to Steam Turbine
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NVision's Scanning Saves Invensys 60 hours in Mechanical Upgrade to Steam Turbine

Invensys Operations Management (IOM) saved 60 hours, or about 5% in man-hours, in a mechanical upgrade to a steam turbine by using NVision's Engineering Service Division to capture precise measurements of valves and other hardware. IOM usually has to spend considerable time field machining upgrade components prior to installation because accurate drawings are not always available. NVision's laser...

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Toshiba GE Turbine Components Purchases Second MAXOS Measurement System
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Toshiba GE Turbine Components Purchases Second MAXOS Measurement System

(May 6, 2009) - NVision, Inc. is pleased to announce the purchase of a second MAXOS non-contact measurement system by Toshiba GE Turbine Components (TGTC). In 2008, TGTC purchased its first MAXOS, which helped the company reduce the time needed to inspect and measure turbine blades by 83%, from 280 minutes to 45 minutes. "The MAXOS provides the best possible accuracy, eliminates the need for matt...

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Laser Scanning System provides reverse engineering.

Laser Scanning System provides reverse engineering.

Consisting of control, sensor, and swivel head, portable MobileScan 3D weighs 26 lb and can be carried to job site. Sensor projects laser light onto surface of object being measured while camera continuously triangulates changing distance and profile of laser, accurately replicating object. System can resolve to less than .001 in. for measurement value of 60 inÂ-³. MobileScan 3D connects to...

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