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This white paper is for mechanical engineers, quality engineers, management and those whose goal is to detect leaks, avoid unnecessary production cost and anticipate process adjustments for maximum yield.
Given the global marketplace, shouldn't manufacturing and test equipment be equipped with user-friendly controls with different language options?
A test-centric assembly process would have helped Boeing and Airbus avoid problems with their new aircraft.
Regardless of their location or industry, manufacturers are demanding more from leak test equipment than ever before. Tough economic times and increased competition require companies to use equipment that not only provides accuracy and repeatability, but accommodates a wider variety of parts.
A good partnership between customers and suppliers leads to optimal solutions and long-term prosperity all around.
Reshoring is a welcome trend, but maintaining product quality will not be a given.
Software cannot fix problems caused by product dynamics or defects in tooling.