There are many considerations related to how a part is connected to a test station, and the test...

How to reduce fill time in leak test

Posted: 
November 14, 2017
Contributed by: 
Steve White - Sciemetric's Test Engineering Manager

There are many considerations related to how a part is connected to a test station, and the test station to its supply of pressurized air, that can impact fill time. The shorter the fill time, the shorter the overall test.

Take the guesswork out of finding your limits

Posted: 
June 30, 2016
Contributed by: 
Scigenuity Contributor

Finding the right limits for your in-process tests is crucial to achieve the highest production yields and minimize, as much as possible, the risks of defective parts slipping through.

Manufacturers have long had access to the smart tools they need to quickly optimize their test limits. And yet, many still rely on archaic methods of trial and error, wading through piles of spreadsheets to do manual calculations.
We visited one component company where it was taking weeks to find the correct test limits for an automotive sensor – it even took days for a simple calibration.