Whether you’re machining, molding, stamping or bending, quality control is a vital part of the production cycle. In most facilities, operators send a first-off, last-off or other selected parts to the quiet, climate-controlled lab at the back of the shop for testing. This could mean a trip on the CMM, 3D measuring arm or other process.
This conventional system costs time and is limited in the data it can capture. For example, if your first-off was a go, but later parts returned no-go, it…
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