Leak testing is often an art as much as it is a science. Manufacturing quality engineers and...

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June 27, 2017
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Scigenuity Staff

Leak testing is often an art as much as it is a science. Manufacturing quality engineers and machine operators must contend with many external factors that can undermine accuracy and repeatability.

The Repair Bay, Part 3: A day in the life

Posted: 
May 26, 2017
Contributed by: 
Patrick Chabot - Senior Software Specialist, QualityWorX

In the first post of this series, we highlighted the benefits of turning the repair bay into a defect data management station that drives continuous improvement. In the second post, we emphasized that it takes more than tools and processes – buy-in, from the corner office to the plant floor, is crucial.

Now let’s take a look at the different ways in which individuals from the plant floor to the office engage with and benefit from a repair bay data analytics system.

Integrators Part 2: Adapt to a changing market and avoid the ‘Nedry Effect’

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February 15, 2017
Contributed by: 
Joe Ventimiglio - Director of Sales; Powertrain; Automotive Industrial

In the first of this two-parter, we discussed how incorporating process signature analysis into every phase of an integrator’s build can help reduce risk and keep the project on time and on budget. In this post, we talk about how bundling this same quality assurance technology into a build can also bring more business to an integrator’s door.

Integrators Part I: Reduce your risk, be on time and budget

Posted: 
February 09, 2017
Contributed by: 
Joe Ventimiglio - Director of Sales; Powertrain; Automotive Industrial

Integrators working with manufacturers face the same recurring challenge – developing and delivering a system that meets spec, on time and on budget. But nine times of 10, when they put equipment on the customer’s floor, they’re already behind schedule, overbudget, or both.

5 ways a digital process signature can save time and money in manufacturing

Posted: 
January 30, 2017
Contributed by: 
Scigenuity Staff

Reduced production costs and improved quality isn’t an oxymoron … really.

It’s only to be expected that engineering and process staff might have a rocky relationship with the big promise of Industry 4.0. Achieving the goal of the connected factory where every piece of equipment digitally connects with another and every unit in production is traceable can seem daunting.

Which it is, if you still rely on the wrong tools to do the job.