Pressure mapping technology is a progressive test & measurement tool that can essentially become a Design Engineer's Magnifying Glass to enhance product development or improve manufacturing procedures. Over the next few weeks, we will be sharing specific ways pressure mapping can be used to test a wide range of R&D aspects.
Part 1 of 5: Evaluating Component Press Fits & Seals
When it comes to connecting parts or creating a tight seal or fit, there’s only so much a designer engineer can evaluate with the naked eye. The video below shows how pressure mapping technology can generate actionable data to help a product achieve fit and seal specifications.
Stay tuned for the next edition in the series, where we’ll explore how pressure mapping technology can help design engineers learn more about product lifecycle.
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