TCG for TFM using an angled wedge in GEKKO
By Frédéric REVERDY, Business Development Manager in M2M Following a question that has been asked in a previous post, about theRead more.
Why 800% screen height?
By Frédéric REVERDY, Business Development Manager in M2M We are looking to detect a notch along a holeRead more.
GEKKO is the only portable unit compatible with 3-axis scanners making it possible to use with mouse type scanner forRead more.
M2M has developed a unique nozzle inspection application that allows: - to define a nozzle geometry on board - to display inRead more.
Thick boiler tube inspection
Thick boiler tube application (150 mm), sizing of small defects (1.5 mm).64-element aperture allows to focus the beam and seeRead more.
Field inspection of a nozzle using GEKKO
By Frédéric REVERDY, Business Development Manager in M2M Even without scanner it is possible to have a cross-section byRead more.
Friction Stir Weld (FSW) inspection using TFM
A T-joint is welded using a FSW process. The sample contains a 0.2 mm side-drilled located between the two weldsRead more.
Aircraft component inspection
Effect of the aperture on the SNR Let's look at the detection of a fatigue crack (roughly a triangular shapeRead more.
GEKKO has molted
14/06/2017 M2M, introduces the latest release of GEKKO 2.0. It improves productivity and ergonomics while keeping up with innovations inRead more.
Delay law Focalization in M2M Gekko
Delay laws are in essence what phased-array technique is all about. We can electronically scan, steer and focus the energyRead more.
GEKKO recognised CSWIP and PCN
13/04/2016 Flaw detector GEKKO recognised CSWIP and PCN by TWI training and examination services Flaw detector GEKKO is now certified by CSWIP andRead more.
Why 64 elements?
By Guillaume Neau, VP M2M business development at Eddyfi Technologies Here is an example of the importance of the probe apertureRead more.
New standard ISO 18563-1:2015
M2M ready for phased-array new standard ISO 18563-1:2015 M2M, Les Ulis, June 29th 2015 – Since June 2015, a newRead more.