CT is currently being employed in applications ranging from new process development through final inspection of AM product. Extensive studies have been performed using CT to help detect, classify, and better understand the types and sizes of discontinuities found within various AM processes. Critical product applications not only demand confidence in the internal integrity of the product, but also in the internal and external metrology data. CT is a technology that can provide both for many applications.
AM Product and Sample Coupons are commonly evaluated for material properties such as Tensile, Compression, Torsion and Fatigue. CT is being used to validate the correlation between the sample coupons and the product as well as assist in the qualification of In-situ monitoring methods.
A webinar is being held on Thursday 14th May 2020, 10:00am CDT, 4:00pm BST hosted by Aerospace Testing International and the interviewee is NSI’s internal ASNT Level III Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) expert, Brett Muehlhauser. The presentation will include examples of where CT is being applied in both metal and polymer additive manufacturing.
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