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Now going up the tubes.

Romer Inc. has introduced its Tube Inspection Station, a system that allows inspection of everything from hydraulic tubing to exhaust pipe. When used with the optional magnetic base, the company says, it is the only portable tube inspection system on the market.

In the package: a 6-axis articulating arm coordinate measuring machine, a desktop computer and monitor, Windows' Supravision tube inspection software, a 4 ft x 6 ft inspection table and a non-contact tube probe. This package will determine tube lengths, bend angles, tube spring-back and corrected bend data. The data, including both absolute and incremental length rotation and angle data, can be output in a variety of formats.
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Title Annotation:Tube Inspection Station from Romer Inc.
Comment:Now going up the tubes.(Tube Inspection Station from Romer Inc.)
Publication:Tooling & Production
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jan 1, 2001
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