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Why Quality Assurance Through Computed Tomography Matters

When you mass-produce everyday objects, you need to ensure that not only are your clients are happy but that their bottom-line consumer is happy with their experience of that product as well. If that experience turns into something negative—a busted pepper shaker ruining a meal at a restaurant, a wimpy coffee cup leaking just as the buyer sits down for their three-hour flight, or when someone buys a new pair of pricy headphones only to have them break two weeks later—if the client is not thrilled that could mean money walking out the door both for you and your client. 

The Top Way to Improve Quality Inspection

With today’s delayed supply chain, you don’t have the time or the resources to make errors when it...

How our CT's improve epipens

Anytime an EpiPen is needed, it must work flawlessly 100% of the time. Using Zeiss’ Computed...

Measuring Pipeline Defects with ARAMIS

The oil and gas industry is surely full of interesting engineering challenges, but maintaining and...

How we saved 2M$ on a 2-month project for structural testing using optical sensors

The use of an optical measurement system for structural proof testing, which measures deflection...

Motion tracking with a scanned point cloud

One of the biggest challenges of a 3D optical displacement measurement test is often to keep the...

How ARAMIS stacks up against Extensometers

Measuring Strain in Materials Testing

Materials testing is critical to input simulation models with...

How ARAMIS stacks up against Vibration Sensors

Vibration analysis requires the acquisition of test data. Historically, accelerometers have been...