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Detecting danger: NDI shop evaluating new technology to find cracks in parts

Jason Morrison, the fluorescent penetrant inspection work leader from the 548th Propulsion Maintenance Squadron, places an engine part on a conveyor belt that will be sorted and sent to the correct shop within the Non-Destructive Inspection area. Tinker’s NDI shop can perform all five methods of inspection: fluorescent penetrant inspection, magnetic particle inspection, eddy current inspection, ultrasonic inspection and X-ray/radiographic inspection. (Air Force photo by Kelly White/Released)

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