For more information, contact:
Alyssa Connell, Connell Aviation Group
Cell: (641) 330-2537
DENT-MAPPING MADE EASY:
GO/NO-GO RESULTS IN SECONDS WITH 1-CLICK SRM COMPLIANT REPORTING
8tree Showcases dentCHECK® Technology at MRO Americas
COLORADO (April 15, 2015) – dentCHECK®, a revolutionary 3D surface inspection system, from 8tree, delivers dent and protrusion analysis like never before – fast, simple and intuitive. This breakthrough solution is being adopted by major aerospace MROs and OEMs alike – immediately quantifying surface deformation problems.
With just 1-click, a detailed SRM-compliant report is generated. This report can be transferred to the MRO service provider's network, using a variety of interfaces, including Wi-Fi and USB.
The detailed 1-click report contains all information needed to seamlessly integrate into the service provider's workflow, including: SRM-mandated critical measurements (A / Y), color-coded results images with numerical annotation, sections through the deepest point of the dent, distance to next stringer/frame, detailed measurement log (time-stamp, operator ID, part ID, etc.) and ability to tailor the report to an airline's specific requirements.
“Real-time visualization of results is possible via a patented implementation that combines portability, instant 'go-no/go' analysis and real-time augmented reality back-projection of results on to the measurement surface. We put incredible emphasis on product design and the user-experience. This empowers the technician to take corrective action immediately,” said Arun Chhabra, CEO of 8tree. “The measurement surface is now your screen.”
The dentCHECK system is designed to be a fully self-contained unit and is completely tetherless – no external computer, monitor or power cables. This makes it ideal for a busy maintenance floor environment. dentCHECK® is one in a family of truly portable, yet powerful measurement analysis tools from 8tree.
For more information, please visit www.8-tree.com or visit Booth #1052 at MRO Americas through April 16, 2015 in Miami, Florida.