This webinar excerpt discusses how we use Laser Bond Inspection to test adhesive bond strength for composite structures and assure the integrity of mission-critical unitized composite structures.
Laser Bond Inspection, exclusively from LSP Technologies, is the only proven non-destructive testing technology to test adhesive bond strength in composite structures in manufacturing environments.
Webinar host David Lahrman, Vice President of Business Development for LSP Technologies, Inc., explains that the future of unitized composite structures hinges on the ability to evaluate the strength of adhesive bonds for components. Only then will manufacturers obtain the assurance they need to design mission-critical structures without the use of fasteners.
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“Laser Bond Inspection will be instrumental in manufacturing for aerospace, automotive, wind power – really for any application where the goal is a cost-effective non-destructive testing method for evaluating the adhesive bond strength,” Lahrman said.
“Laser Bond Inspection will be instrumental in manufacturing for aerospace, automotive, wind power – really for any application where the goal is a cost-effective non-destructive testing method for evaluating the adhesive bond strength.”
David Lahrman, VP – Business Development, LSP Technologies
“The current state of bonded structures include fasteners, which add weight and cost, because manufacturers lack a reliable method to evaluate adhesive bonds within the bonded structure,” Lahrman explains. “The goal of the industry is to eliminate fasteners, unlocking major cost, time, and safety benefits.”
“Our process, Laser Bond Inspection, is the only proven non-destructive testing technology to evaluate adhesive bond strength in composites during the manufacturing process or in final inspections post-production.”
Laser Bond Inspection avoids costly full-scale proof testing and probes the strength of adhesive bonds for composites without damaging the structures or bonds, a timely answer to confirm the bonding process is under control during the manufacturing process, Lahrman said.
“We believe Laser Bond Inspection allows manufacturers to take advantage of unique bonded designs, reduce manufacturing cost, and enhance reliability and safety.”
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