Industries Served by NDT-RAM

Achieve 100% Part Quality Inspection with NDT-RAM

NDT-RAM can be used to achieve 100% quality inspection and uncover potential improvements to the manufacturing process. Utilize resonant inspection in product development, end-of-line quality testing, and more in a wide range of industries.


Automotive Parts

RAM systems test automotive parts such as powder metal, cast, ductile iron, forged or stamped metal, and more, detecting both external and internal flaws to offer you assurance in the integrity of your product.

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Carbide Tooling Bits

Test tooling bits to ensure safety and uncover tool bit production flaws such as incomplete braze infiltration, improper braze alloy, damaged or missing braze and more. RAM offers fast, objective, whole body indication of part integrity.

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Consumer Goods

RAM systems allow manufacturers of consumer goods components to quickly and reliably inspect parts for cracks, chips, bonding, welding, or brazing failures and more. Test components for household appliances, power tools, lawn and garden tools, and more. No part preparation required.

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MIM/PIM Medical Device Components

Safety and consistency is key for manufacturers of medical device components. Resonant inspection quickly detects flaws in parts from surgical staplers to titanium bones and more.

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Inspect bearing inner and outer races before assembly, achieving 100% inspection with simple pass / fail results. Detect cracks, missed operations, and more.

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Noise, Vibration, and Harshness Testing (NVH) with Resonance

Screen for resonant frequencies in NVH-related parts, such as calipers, discs, pistons, bushings, and more. Ensure part compliance with requirements for brake component specifications for natural frequencies.

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High Pressure Gas Turbine Blade Inspection

Test high pressure turbine blades at manufacture or at scheduled maintenance and engine service repair intervals with quick, clean resonance testing. Find structural flaws, metallurgical issues, and blind defects.

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