AEDC Team members use special motion camera to troubleshoot excessive vibrations
On March 4, Arnold Engineering Development Complex Condition-Based Maintenance craftsmen Nathan Dotson, right, and Landon Culver place vibration reduction pads under the feet of a tripod holding a Motion Amplification Camera, while setting up the camera to help identify the source of excessive vibrations in machinery in the C Plant of the Engine Test Facility at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn. The vibration reduction pads help stabilize the camera to minimize the influence of vibrations through physical contact on the video being captured. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jill Pickett)
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