Revolutionize Your AM Material Testing with Impulse Excitation
Welcome to GrindoSonic, we are dedicated to providing cutting-edge AM material testing solutions to ensure consistent and reliable performance of your parts.
With more than 2000 systems installed worldwide, GrindoSonic is the recognized market leader in Non Destructive Resonance Testing (NDT).
Multiple patents and patents pending protect the IP of GrindoSonic.
Fields of expertise
Measuring with GrindoSonic is surprisingly simple
GrindoSonic received Flemish Government Research Grants from Vlaio to develop the Additive Manufacturing (AM) measurement technology.
You can find us at the following events
10-14 March 2024
Come and have a chat with us at AMUG USA
19-21 March 2024
GFC Journée de la céramique
Come and have a chat with us at GFC
20-21 March 2024
Come and have a chat with us at Coiltech
26 March 2024
Come and have a chat with us at Techinnov France
9-12 April 2024
Come and have a chat with us at Ceramitec
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Research groups of Materials Engineering at KU Leuven explore, develop and characterize novel materials ranging from composites to 3D printed metals and ceramics. The Grindosonic HT1200 allows the researchers to better understand the microstructural evolution during heat treatment by in-situ monitoring of the mechanical response. (stiffness and damping)
Dr.-Ing. Pierre Vancauwenbergh
After a close, cordial, collaboration with GrindoSonic to demonstrate the benefit of their system, LNE has purchased one of them which has the particularity to enable complementary linear and nonlinear tests, and to display waterfall plot of the results, which is a very evocative way. The collaboration between LNE and GrindoSonic has resulted in two peer review articles and two communications in conferences.
Dr. Habil. Anne-Françoise Obaton
Different materials are investigated within the scope of various research projects at the Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg (H-BRS) such as ceramics, metals, intermetallic alloys, and polymers. The IET-system is applied for either high temperature applications (ceramics, metals, etc.) with an automatic device shooter or room temperature applications (polymers) with a manual device shooter.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Dresbach