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(Olympus: Center Valley, PA) -- Designed to provide customers with an effective and streamlined solution for quantifying microscopic residue, defects, and foreign particles, the newly released OLYMPUS Inspector Series 5.2 delivers accurate and reproducible data required to determine if manufactured parts meet quality specifications. The OLYMPUS Inspector Series is especially critical to industries with worldwide manufacturing locations, including the automotive, aerospace, heavy equipment, and medical device industries.

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(Olympus: Center Valley, PA) -- Available for the first time as a standalone unit, the Olympus DP26 high-resolution microscope camera streamlines image capture and saves valuable workspace—all without the need for a PC connection.

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(Olympus: Center Valley, PA) -- InHelp, the new inspection data management and reporting software for Olympus IPLEX videoscopes, streamlines many aspects of on-site remote visual inspections. The software greatly improves work efficiency and simplifies inspections by organizing stored images on the videoscope and generating detailed inspection reports.

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(Olympus) -- Olympus will put its expertise in industrial microscopes, videoscopes, and imaging devices on full display in Booth E-5291 at IMTS 2012 from September 10-15. In-booth talks from a variety of speakers will review topics in non-destructive testing, including visual inspection and motion analysis, as well as the speed of new XRF technologies.

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(Olympus: Center Valley, PA) -- Olympus has premiered its IX3 line of inverted research microscopes, three systems that offer researchers flexibility to customize their microscopes. The systems offer precision, stability, and optical performance to meet challenging quantitative measurement applications, along with user friendliness, speed, accuracy, and rugged reliability.

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(Olympus: Center Valley, PA) -- With the stateside release of its newest opto-digital micro-imaging and metrology solution, Olympus is bringing the future of technology to today’s inspection, test, and quality control facilities. The DSX Series imaging system delivers a completely new type of technology that combines Olympus performance reliability with the touchscreen ease of a smartphone or tablet computer.

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Olympus NDT: Waltham, MA) -- Olympus NDT has announceds the launch of its instrument rental program in the United States. Olympus NDT, a major world leader in the manufacture of nondestructive testing equipment, now has available an extensive inventory of rental equipment that includes flaw detectors, videoscopes, thickness gauges, high-speed video cameras, and X-ray fluorescence analyzers.

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(Olympus NDT: Waltham, MA) -- Olympus has introduce the palm-sized IPLEX UltraLite videoscope, designed for remote visual inspection in tough environments and confined spaces. The IPLEX UltraLite weighs 700 g (1.5 lb) and has a compact body for easy transport, making it the ideal choice for inspectors working in difficult field conditions. Ergonomically designed with intuitive, thumb-controlled scope articulation, the IPLEX UltraLite provides effortless and fatigue-free operation, even during prolonged inspections.

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(Olympus: Center Valley, PA) -- In material science laboratories where capturing, retrieving, and analyzing sample images from microscopes can be complex, Olympus Stream image analysis software v. 1.7 streamlines the process so users can accomplish multifaceted and complex applications with unprecedented ease and accuracy. The latest version of the software offers high dynamic range imaging, streamlined document storage and retrieval, easier reporting, and a variety of helpful new imaging, data handling, and reporting tools.

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(Olympus NDT: Waltham, MA) -- Olympus NDT Inc., a manufacturer and marketer of nondestructive testing instruments, is presenting the webinar, “Improving Small-Diameter Pipe Weld Inspections with Encoded Phased Array,” at no cost to you on Dec. 7, 2011, at 10 a.m. EST and again at 2 p.m. EST.