July 9, 2014
Read Creaform’s latest article in this month’s issue of Quality Magazine.
Read more (Quality Magazine, July 2014, p. 31)
July 7, 2014
Discover Nova Bus’s latest project with the HandyPROBE and MetraSCAN 70
Read more (Quality Magazine, May 2014, p. 60)
July 3, 2014
Check out Quality Digest’s recent Tech Corner, which featured our HandySCAN 700!
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June 20, 2014
Creaform's CFD Team leader Pier-Olivier Duval with other Engineering Analysis consultants give their opinion on slippery design challenges.
Read more (Design Engineering May-June 2014 (p.18-19) by Mike McLeod)
June 20, 2014
Optical 3-D measuring devices’ shop-floor accuracy, decreased sensitivity to environment and higher measurement pace make them strong contenders to traditional quality control devices.
Read more (Metalworking Equipment News April-May 2014 )
October 8, 2013
Creaform’s pipecheck system is proving its speed and integrity of measurement through extensive use in the Australian pipeline industry, from Longford to Karratha, from Whyalla to Newcastle.
Read more (Australian Pipeliner, October of 2013, p. 114)
September 17, 2013
To enhance gas pipeline safety in the field, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) (San Francisco, California), one of the largest combined natural gas and electric utilities in the United States, added a self-positioning handheld laser scanner to its collection of inspection equipment.
Read more (Materials Performance Magazine, August 2013 p. 14-16)
August 1, 2013
Creaform's Pipecheck system is proving its speed and integrity of measurement, The system provides inspection rates up to 10 times faster than pit gauging.
Read more (NZ Manufacturer, August 2013, p. 15)
July 3, 2013
This comparative article will help you make the right choices to meet operational needs.
Read more (Quality Magazine, June 2013, p. 36-41, by Michael Mock)
June 27, 2013
Burried assets that form trunk and reticulation water mains form the largest asset group of all major water utilities. As such, considerable resources go into the maintenance, assessment and subsequent predictions on the performance of these resources.
As part of Hunter Water's commitment to the Advanced Condition Assessment and Pipe Failure Prodiction Project, the University of Newcastle was invited to a number of recent exhumation sites to collect data for Activity 3 (Corrossion Modelling) of the project.
This article détails the procedures used for the collection of accurate corrosion data, in order to quantiify in-situ corrosion losses of in-service ferrous pipes.
Read more (Corrosion & Materials, Australia, June of 2013. Pages 46-49. Matthew Dafter and Robert Petersen)