Moritex publishes borescope technical report

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Moritex has published a technical report entitled Borescope inspection critical to vital manufacturing processes, for engineers and technicians involved with inspecting parts, components and products manufactured by metal machining, welding, casting, and electric discharge machining (EDM).

The technical report compares the benefits of borescopic inspection to traditional destructive testing techniques and high-tech inspection processes using x-ray, machine vision, and eddy current technologies. Also discussed are specific applications of borescopic inspection of manufactured parts, components and assembled products in the aerospace, automotive, chemical, medical, and power generation industries.

Moritex offers a range of waterproof and robust borescopes, furnished with a portable 12v battery pack and a halogen bulb in the probe tip to provide illumination.

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