Visit stand N105 to see Theta’s live demos of robot scanning of welds and rapid go/no-go triaging of AM components.
Doosan Babcock commissioned Theta Technologies to investigate whether our uniquely sensitive non-linear acoustic NDT techniques could detect early-stage creep damage within the Heat Affected Zone (HAZ) of cross-welded P91 samples.
Theta will be exhibiting the latest version of our triaging (rapid go/no-go) NDT system at the WEAF Conference in Bristol, 21-22 February.
Theta will be visualising the future of NDT at Advanced Engineering UK at the NEC, 2-3 November 2016. Come and discuss our game-changing solutions to your problems at Stand O55…
Our Head of Research, Neil Sewell, will present Theta’s microscopy validation of our non-linear scanning technology at the 11th Friction Stir Welding symposium at TWI Cambridge on Thursday 19th May.