Part 2 of 5: Evaluating Product Performance
Pressure mapping helps R&D teams take a glimpse into the future and assess how a product may perform over its lifecycle. This is especially valuable for products that frequently experience compressive or friction forces while in use, such as tires or wiper blades. In this next edition of "Pressure Mapping: A Design Engineer's Magnifying Glass," we'll explore how pressure mapping technology can provide instant, dynamic feedback on how a product will respond to long-term wear-and-tear. Check out the video below for more:
Stay tuned for the next edition in the series, where we’ll explain how pressure mapping technology can help design engineers standardize machine design & setup processes.
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