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Company:

JG&A Metrology Center

Contact:

Fabio Visentin

Address1:

269 Walker St

Address2:

#133

City:

Detroit

State:

Michigan

Country:

United States

Phone:

519-962-5300

Fax:

519-962-5347

Web Page:

http://www.jgarantmc.com

Email:

sales@jgarantmc.com


Description:

JG&A Metrology Center is a specialized lab focused on
providing 3D internal part inspection services using
Industrial CT Equipment.

By utilizing our non-destructive Industrial CT (Computed
Tomography) Scanning Services, clients are able to
drastically reduce preproduction inspection costs and
analyze internal failures quickly and accurately in 3D. The
NDT process allows for improved quality control without
modifying the part or applying external measurement forces
during inspection. For both large and small projects, each
part is inspected to the highest quality standards. As the
process is new to most clients the company’s expert analysis
always ensure each customer is educated, comfortable with
the inspection process, and satisfied with the results.

Some key types of analysis are: porosity, void, Volkswagen
P-201/VW 50097 cross sectional analysis, P201/VW 50097
porosity analysis, part to CAD comparisons, part to part
comparisons, reverse engineering, wall thickness, GD&T,
fiber analysis, and assembly analysis. 2D X-Ray, cross
sectional x-rays, and real time xray are also available.

For more information contact us at www.jgarantmc.com

Take the next steps...

Have a question?
Contact us today to discuss any questions you have before
requesting a quote. Our experienced staff is able to get you
the answers you need today! E-mail sales@jgarantmc.com

Involve Your Team
Give us twenty minutes of your time and we'll show you
exactly what Industrial CT Scanning is and how it can
specifically work for your project. Request a webinar, E-
mail sales@jgarantmc.com

Ready to Begin
Please let us know your project's objective, type of
material, size of part, and quantity of parts to inspect.
Include pictures and prints if possible. Request a quote, E-
mail sales@jgarantmc.com

Features:

Types Of Analysis we provide using Industrial Computed
Tomography -

Void/Inclusion Analysis- An analysis performed by CT canning
one part and evaluating internal porosity or inclusions
within a part.

Part to CAD Comparison - An analysis performed by CT
scanning one part and comparing it to a supplied CAD model.

Part to Part Analysis - An analysis performed by CT scanning
two parts and comparing both CT datasets to each other.

Assembly/Defect Analysis - An analysis performed by CT
scanning one part and taking virtual cross sectional slices
through a CT dataset.

Reverse Engineering - Development of a CAD file with
internal and external geometry from a CT dataset.

Wall Thickness - An analysis performed by CT scanning one
part and evaluating inconsistencies of wall thickness within
a part.

Fiber Analysis - An analysis performed by CT scanning one
part and evaluating single or multiple fibers within a part.

GD&T Programming - Development of a measurement plan from a
GD&T part print to automatically calculate multiple
dimensions simultaneously from a CT dataset.

P-201 Analysis - An analysis performed by CT scanning one
part, evaluating porosity in a predetermined cross sectional
slice within a CT dataset and comparing it to a specified
maximum percentage of porosity for that area.

Benefits:

• Inspection and analysis costs from first article to
production are significantly reduced

• Design requirements for both internal and external
components are validated quickly and accurately

• Development costs are reduced in creating the first CAD
model

• Delicate and fragile parts can be scanned in a Free State
environment without fixtures or applying external forces

• Product quality is improved to reduce the risk of recalls

• Internal accuracy can be guaranteed by using proper CT
systems and scanning techniques

• Internal complex part features can be precisely measured
without destructive testing


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