Video: CT Scanning for Mold Inspection

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Moldmaker NyproMold describes its experience using computed tomography (CT) scanning to validate precise injection molds.

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Industrial CT scanning—computed tomography scanning—can provide a powerful measurement tool for validating precise injection molds. This scanning permits non-destructive part inspection, precisely measuring details both inside and outside of the part the mold produced. Injection moldmaker NyproMold uses CT scanning in its Clinton, Massachusetts facility. In this video, NyproMold personnel demonstrate the scanning technology and describe its benefits. 

Video: Todd Schuett has worked with machinery and tooling since 1974. His background includes sales and marketing, applications engineering, teaching CNC programming, and developing/selling computer applications and networking. Today as president of Creative Technology Corporation (creat.com), he focuses on marketing for manufacturers through photography, video, website development and writing.


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