Cambridge Industrial Design helps to design new non-destructive test probe for GE.
Sensing the pulse
Cambridge Industrial Design has worked with GE Sensing and Inspection Technologies over many years and has recently helped develop a new non-destructive test probe.
The GMR (Giantmagneto Restrictive) probe uses pulsed eddy current to detect sub-surface corrosion, primarily in the aerospace industry. This compact instrument provides powerful diagnostic imaging when inspecting multi-layer aircraft structures. With its unique hand held design this is a truly portable instrument that can inspect difficult to reach places on an aircraft.
Cambridge Industrial Design provided a range of concept designs, detail development of external parts and internal assemblies along with sourcing of low volume production.
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