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Industrial endoscopes are used to detect the loss of machinery and equipment

Industrial endoscopes are used to detect the loss of machinery and equipment

Oct 9,2020
The use of industrial endoscopes requires sufficient experience to maximize the effectiveness of the tool, causing many causes of wear and tear. What condition can I say that there is a loss problem? That's what people want to know. If you want to be a good technician, you will need to undergo long training.

If you don't have much work experience, you need to have more theoretical knowledge, prepare for specific situations in your future job, and combine theories to solve practical problems to help technicians grow quickly. Only a combination of practice and theory can make industrial endoscopes more convenient for themselves.

For example, the shape of the surface of a mechanical product has changed to a relatively low level of loss, and surface changes in various mechanical devices can be observed using industrial endoscopes. For example, in the case of wrinkles and cracks, when you turn on the beam to illuminate the mechanical surface, you will notice shadows and black lines on the surface without any actual rules. This is because the reflection angle and smooth position of the crack are different when the light is turned on. Different lighting effects occur and brightness will vary. When the surface expands several times, the change in the shape of the material can be clearly shown, and the brightness of the cracks and wrinkles will look different.

When we look at it with the naked eye, we don't see the problem, but the endoscope doesn't release these details, and if we scratch it, it wears more and the shadows are more pronounced when examined with an industrial endoscope.

If caused by external forces, industrial endoscopes can also detect irregularness. When the light source is turned on, the bright place is the concave surface, which will be far away from the light source. Conversely, if there are shadows, it is the "raised area" because the raised area is very close to the light source and therefore has shadows. When the beam is turned on, uneven areas do not have too obvious boundaries, but are still visible.

The loss of mechanical equipment that can be examined through industrial endoscopes is not only a change in shape and structure, but also a loss after a chemical reaction, and if the surface of the mechanical product is corroded, chunks of solids are gathered together. The surface is not smooth, and many small shadows can be seen under the enlarge of the endoscope.
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