The Visual Inspection method is the oldest and to date the most used in the industry in general from foundry to aerospace. The evolution of the magnifying glass to 3D visual inspection has been a fascinating process that has transformed the way we observe and analyze objects and materials. Starting with the Magnifying Glass, a simple but powerful optical device, which has been a key instrument in the history of detailed inspection. For centuries, it has allowed us to explore the world invisible to the naked eye. The next big step in visual inspection came with the microscope, which allows objects to be seen at the level of structure and microstructure of materials. This advance marked an important milestone in the observation of three-dimensional structures. With the arrival of 3D technology, visual inspection took a quantum leap; revolutionized the manufacturing and inspection of in-service components, enabling real-time quality control and the detection of minuscule defects in hard-to-reach places.
In this webinar we want to show how the traditional magnifying glass has evolved over time, going from two-dimensional vision to 3D visual inspection, thanks to advances in technology and scanning techniques, transforming the way we perform our inspections and interpretation. of the results, moving into the future with exciting applications and possibilities.
Provide participants with a solid foundation for understanding how observation and inspection has evolved and how 3D visual inspection has transformed the way different components are analyzed in manufacturing or service; Therefore, the participant will be able to:
- Understand the use of fundamental tools for Visual inspection.
- Know the different basic and most current tools for better performance of Visual inspection in different applications.
- Become familiar with the technological advances that have allowed 3D visual inspection.
- Learn about the practical applications of 3D visual inspection in fields such as aeronautics and electrical generation.
- Understand the benefits and limitations of 3D visual inspection compared to traditional inspection techniques.
- Explore case studies and concrete examples that illustrate how 3D visual inspection has improved resolution and accuracy in component observation and evaluation.