|The Olympus IPLEX NX Videoscope Features Industry-leading Image Quality to Locate Previously Undetectable Flaws|
The IPLEX NX is Olympus’ new feature-rich flagship industrial videoscope that delivers new levels of excellence in image quality, maneuverability and user-friendliness to help locate flaws that were previously undetectable and streamline inspections in even the most difficult-to-reach areas.
|Technical Instruments is New Olympus Microscope and Imaging Systems Dealer|
WALTHAM, Mass, April 1, 2016 — Olympus has announced that, effective immediately, it will begin selling its biomedical and industrial microscopes and imaging instruments in parts of Northern California and Nevada via Technical Instruments, Burlingame, CA.
|Work Comfortably with Olympus’ New Ergonomic Stereo Microscope Components|
Olympus new ergonomic components for its SZX2 stereo microscope series enable users to remain in an ergonomic position while working, boosting productivity and reducing user fatigue.
|Simplify Materials Science Applications with the New Olympus BX53M System Microscope and New OLYMPUS Stream 2.1 Software|
Olympus new BX53M System Microscope makes it easy for users to quickly and accurately undertake a variety of analytical tasks. When combined with new OLYMPUS Stream 2.1 Image Analysis Software, the BX53M simplifies workflow from observation to measurement, analysis, and reporting.
|Olympus Demonstrates Its Commitment to Québec City with the Purchase of 33,000 m2 of Land for a New Office and Manufacturing Complex|
Olympus NDT Canada Inc. announces the purchase of 33,000 m2 of land in Québec City’s Michelet Innovation Zone and the start of construction on a new office and manufacturing complex. Olympus NDT Canada currently leases space in three locations in the Québec City area. Purchasing this land demonstrates Olympus’ commitment to the region and enables business and manufacturing operations to be consolidated in a single location.
|Olympus Introduces a Low-Profile Probe for the Magna-Mike Thickness Gage|
Olympus, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, is pleased to introduce a new, low-profile probe for the Magna-Mike® Hall Effect thickness gage.
|Olympus Introduces a Powerful Ultrasound Phased Array Solution for Easy Integration with Automated and Semiautomated Inspection Systems|
Olympus, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, has released a powerful phased array solution developed for easy integration with automated and semiautomated inspection systems.
|Olympus Introduces Powerful Ultrasound Phased Array Solutions for the Inspection of Internally Corroded Pipes and Plates|
Olympus, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, has released powerful phased array ultrasound solutions designed to offer efficient inspection options for the detection of wall thickness loss due to corrosion, abrasion, or erosion. These solutions include two new scanners and improved versions of SetupBuilder and MXU 4.2 software for use with the OmniScan phased array flaw detector.
|Olympus Introduces a Powerful Solution to Increase the Efficiency of Weld Inspections Using New Phased Array Probes and Software.|
Olympus, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, has released a new phased array ultrasound solution developed to increase the efficiency of weld inspections. This Weld Inspection Solution comprises new phased array probes, new dual matrix array (DMA) probes, associated wedges, and improved versions of SetupBuilder and MXU 4.2 software for use with the OmniScan phased array flaw detector. The new phased array solution applies to the inspection of welds in plates and pipes made of materials ranging from carbon steel, austenitic, nickel, to other coarse grain corrosion-resistant alloys.
|OLYMPUS Introduces the Series C Videoscope that Combines Low Cost with High Image Quality.|
Olympus, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, is pleased to introduce the Series C, an industrial videoscope designed for cost-effective inspections of manufactured parts, structures, or areas that have limited direct visual access.
|Olympus Introduces the EPOCH 650 Ultrasonic Flaw Detector|
Olympus, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, is pleased to introduce the EPOCH 650 digital ultrasonic flaw detector that combines industry-leading conventional ultrasonic flaw detection capabilities with the efficiency of a highly portable, intuitive instrument.
|Three New Models in the DSX Series of Digital Microscopes Offer Enhanced Performance, Improved Accuracy, and Simplicity of Operation|
Olympus announces the release of three new models in its DSX Series of digital microscopes, the DSX 510, DSX510i, and DSX110, with capabilities that include highly accurate observation, measurement with simple operation, and easy report generation.
|Olympus Introduces its New Dual Linear Array™ Probe for Fast, Simple, and Reliable Corrosion Imaging|
Olympus, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, is pleased to announce the introduction of its new Dual Linear Array probe designed to improve the inspection of internally corroded parts such as pipes, tanks, and plates.
|Free replacement of Bräce-köhler compensator ‘U-CBR1 / U-CBR2’ for Polarizing Microscopes|
Regarding our product of Bräce-köhler compensator ‘U-CBR1 / U-CBR2’, it was identified that the orientation setting of Gamma axis (Gamma axis : direction of slow optical vibration) was different from the indication of the products when shipping. We would therefore like to replace the applicable products free of charge.
|New STM7 Measuring Microscope Efficiently Measures Various Component Shapes in Industrial Applications|
Olympus Corporation (President: Hiroyuki Sasa) today announced the release by its Scientific Solutions Business of the STM7 measuring microscope for the efficient shape measurement of machined parts, semiconductors, electronic components, and other parts in industrial processes, with international sales* to commence progressively from November 4, 2014. *This product is not available in Europe.
|Two New Microscope Digital Cameras Featuring Higher Frame Rate for Live Images and Useful New Observation Mode|
Olympus Corporation (President: Hiroyuki Sasa) today announced the release by its Scientific Solutions Business of the new DP27 and DP22 microscope digital cameras, with international sales to commence progressively from October 1, 2014*1. *1: Release date in Japan is October 14.
|Olympus Introduces the BondMaster 600 Multimode Bond Tester|
Olympus, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, is pleased to announce the introduction of the new BondMaster® 600 Bond Tester that is designed to nondestructively inspect bonds in honeycomb or laminate composites, and metal-to-metal parts.
|Olympus Introduces the DELTA Element, a Handheld XRF Analyzer for Cost-Effective Alloy Identification and Elemental Analysis|
Olympus is pleased to announce the release of its newest and most affordable handheld X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyzer that is optimized for scrap metal sorting, positive material identification (PMI), alloy QA/QC, and precious metals analysis.
|Olympus Announces the Transfer of i-SPEED High-speed Video Business to iX CAMERAS in a Move that Sees All Commercial Operations Transfer to the New Company Effective 29th August 2014. |
Existing i-SPEED customers will benefit from the continued service, support and expertise of all current i-SPEED personnel as they transfer into the new organization.
|Olympus Introduces RollerFORM™, an Ultrasound Phased Array Wheel Probe Designed to Inspect Composite Materials|
Olympus, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, is pleased to announce the introduction of the RollerFORM, a new ultrasound phased array wheel probe that has been specifically developed to facilitate high-quality, immersion-like ultrasonic testing of composites and other smooth-surfaced materials that are commonly used in the aerospace industry.