8tree has unveiled powerful new capabilities, to its dentCHECK tool including – panoLite, a large-area scanning solution, and the dentCHECK-enabled UT gauge interface, to expedite blend-out remaining thickness measurement. These new offerings are specifically designed for aviation industry workflows. As such, they deliver an effortlessly intuitive user-experience that empowers operators with instant actionable answers, and not mountains of complex 3D data. ” “We look forward to seeing the industry benefit from these new capabilities” states Arun Chhabra, CEO, 8tree
dentCHECK is a completely wireless 3D surface inspection tool with integrated augmented reality, that delivers real-time ‘go/no-go’ SRM-compliant answers at the push of a single button.
dentCHECK has been certified, approved and recognized by all major aircraft OEMs for its efficacy in significantly improving damage inspection and reporting, compared to traditionally manual and subjective methods. These include multiple approvals in Airbus’ Tool Equipment Manuals (TEMs) spanning all Airbus aircraft, recognition in Boeing’s Service Letter for dent-mapping on all Boeing commercial aircraft and similar recognition on all Bombardier CRJ and Q400/Dash 8 (now De Havilland Dash8) aircraft. dentCHECK ships with OEM-mandated reference standards that are traceable to National Labs and validate dentCHECK performance.
dentCHECK shortens aircraft Turn-around-Time (TaT), which directly improves operational efficiency for airlines while enhancing safety through an improved understanding of airframe reliability. dentCHECK continues to cement its position in the aviation industry’s for damage-mapping. Nearly 150 dentCHECK tools are already in use at more than 3-dozen Airlines, MROs and OEMs worldwide.
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