In response to customer interest in a lower-cost, limited-feature, eddy current testing system for jet engine components weighing up to 30 pounds, NDT innovator, UniWest, has developed a new tabletop, 3-axis, semi-automatic ECT inspection system. The ES-1000 provides precision eddy current testing for rotationally symmetric parts, such as engine disk bores and webs. The modular ES-1000 system comprises four operationally independent components: 1) turntable and gantry module; 2) eddy current generation and processing instrument; 3) eddy current probe, and 4) computer and display, running Windows 7 or higher. The systems’ essential component is the 24-inch-square turntable which is fully compatible with all UniWest mounting mechanisms. The turntable and extendable gantry accepts parts up to 30 inches in diameter and 12 inches tall. For inspection of larger parts, custom gantry and probe-arm configurations can be readily fabricated. For more information visit www.uniwest.com.