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ecos LINEplus

ecos LINEplus

ecos LINEplus, the optional module encompasses a set of line tools, which help to position testing point(s) according to requirements.

Reference lines: length and angle

The reference line function for length and angle allow you to position a series of starting points easily and effectively on one component. In addition to that it offers the possibility to measure lengths and angles directly on the test sample. The handling of this operation is remarkably simple.

 

New starting 2019:

  • Threshold settings for individual testing points
  • Testpoint labelling

 

 

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ecos Panorama

ecos Panorama

The new software ecos Panorama generates a panorama shot of your sample by photographing the surface of the test piece using high-resolution analyzing camera systems.

Direct PLACEMENT of testing point(s)

Subsequently the individual pictures taken will be merged into one high-resolution panorama shot. With the help of this panorama shot testing point(s) can be placed directly on the test component. The ‘live-picture’ of the analyzing camera is presented as an overlay in the ‘offline-picture’, guaranteeing a high level of positioning accuracy. Further to that this procedure makes sure that the test sample stays in place.

ecos Capture

ecos Capture

ecos CAPTURE generates pictures of your sample to be used in reports or to be stored separately. Additional information can be added to the report individually. Choose if the picture should contain test points, row start points or reference points. With the additional module ecos LINEplus, you can do easy measurements on your part using the helpline function. The reference lines and the measurement results can be shown in the picture as well.

 

 

CHD-C+

CHD-C+

This function, integrated in Workflow Pro, which is used for standard-compliant testing of the hardness profile (CHD, Nht, Rht) was improved further.

Now it is possible to define up to three hardness limits for the hardness penetration depth per test sequence. Each hardness threshold can be named and displayed individually in the line diagram.

This way your efficiency in specific situations is significantly increased e.g. when a test component with different standards - regarding the tracing of hardness penetration depths - needs to be tested.