Companies today prefer to invest in "smart" machines that produce quality product with minimal variation. This often involves purchasing a machine they trust, one designed to reliably perform to specification. Manufacturing engineers have more confidence in a machine that has a repeatable setup procedure that can create verifiable data for quality control records.
Integrating pressure mapping technology into a machine's user interface results in a superior design that:
Watch the video below to see how one machine manufacturing company solved two unique machine alignment challenges with pressure mapping technology.
While its roots are in R&D processes, pressure mapping technology has several applications to help OEM machine designers add value. Companies will typically follow a three-phase process in route to full integration.
Depending on your place in the three-phase process to complete pressure mapping integration, there are different products or systems that are recommended to accomplish your needs.
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