Machine Alignment Made Easy

While its roots are in R&D, pressure mapping technology has more uses to help deliver machine alignment insight, either as an in-field service tool, or an embedded application. The video below shares some unique ways pressure mapping technology can be used outside of the R&D lab.

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:

  • Provides a competitive edge in the market
  • Streamlines machine alignment operations
  • Saves the end user's time, money, and resources

As you're watching, keep in mind any routine machine set-up processes currently required by your machine that could be streamlined with pressure mapping technology. What would streamlining those processes provide to your customer, in terms of the time they'd save and the waste they'd reduce on account of test runs?

From an in-field service perspective, what tools is your company or consultant group using, and are they delivering the high level of information that you or your customers really need?

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