Volume Graphics, a developer of leading software for the analysis and visualization of industrial computed tomography data, will host a new must-attend event for the North American CT and NDT community in Charlotte, NC: The first Volume Graphics User Group Meeting North America (UGMNA). The event will take place on March 12 and 13 at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in downtown Charlotte.
The UGMNA will kick off at 6:00 PM on Monday, March 12 with a festive reception at the NASCAR Hall of Fame to celebrate the 5-year anniversary of Volume Graphics, Inc. in Charlotte, NC. The official conference will begin on Tuesday, March 13 with an exciting one-day conference that focuses on two state-of-the-art technologies: Industrial computed tomography (CT) and additive manufacturing. Two guest speakers, David Bone of Delphi Precision Imaging Corporation and Burke Kernen of Sandia National Laboratories, will both talk about the challenges additive manufacturing poses for inspection and how Volume Graphics helps to overcome them. To offer attendees a complete picture ranging from software to the necessary hardware for CT, the event will also include an exhibition area with partner companies Avonix Imaging, Inc., Jesse Garant Metrology Center, Nikon Metrology, Pinnacle X-Ray Solutions, Inc., YXLON, and ZEISS Industrial Metrology.
The UGMNA 2018 is the first Volume Graphics User Group Meeting in North America. It’s the company’s answer to the ever-growing interest of North American customers in a regional user meeting. Volume Graphics has already established similar events in its hometown Heidelberg, Germany, and in Nagoya, Japan, which are both growing in popularity every year. Over the years, these events lead to inspiring exchanges between hundreds of attendees who use Volume Graphics software in quality control, metrology, damage analysis, and product development.
Volume Graphics has been developing software for industrial CT since 1997. The headquarters in Heidelberg are the largest of the five locations of Volume Graphics. Employees in offices in the USA (Charlotte, NC), Japan (Nagoya), China (Beijing) and soon Singapore offer sales and support to customers and partners in their respective regions.
As of 2016, more than 70% of the “Fortune Global 500” companies worldwide in the automotive and electronics industries were using Volume Graphics solutions. Volume Graphics enables companies to make better products. Its software helps them to find out as much about their products as possible – and non-destructively at that. Industrial CT provides the basis for this, as CT scans reveal every aspect of a component.
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