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Measurements and Quality Control assurance

Measurements and quality control is carried out using a contact measurement methods, geometric inspection. As well as using 3D scanning tools, with contactless method we scan measured object and compare it with the 3D model with the special software. Smart Factory offers the following quality control services.

Analysis and visualization of internal voids

Industrial computed tomography helps to detect and quantify internal voids in parts. CT works by taking a series of X-ray images and reconstructing them into a 3D model. This 3D model can be used to identify and quantify voids, as well as their size, shape, and location. This information can be used to improve the quality and performance of parts and to prevent failures.

Scanned parts and CAD model geometric comparative analysis

After scanning the product with X-ray micro-computed tomography system (micro CT) or coordinate measuring machine (CMM), we create a deviation map, which indicates whether the scanned product meets the CAD model. Additionally, wall thickness analysis can be applied.

Geometric measurements of the part according to working drawings

is the process of verifying that the physical dimensions of a part meet the requirements specified on the drawings. This is done by measuring the part’s dimensions with X-ray micro-computed tomography system (micro CT) or coordinate measuring machine (CMM) and comparing them to the dimensions specified on the drawings.

Comparison of two scanned models with each other

It is a valuable analysis that can be used for a variety of purposes. By comparing the two models, users can identify manufacturing defects and improve the quality of their products.

Product surfaces quality control

Product surfaces quality control using a stereomicroscope involves inspecting and evaluating the surfaces of products for defects or imperfections. The stereomicroscope provides a three-dimensional view, allowing for accurate identification of surface irregularities such as scratches, cracks, or contamination. This process enables manufacturers to ensure the desired quality and appearance of their products.

Surface roughness verification

With a surface roughness meter, we can measure the surface roughness of various objects, especially when their surfaces are polished. In this way, we assure that the particular surfaces of your products have reached the required roughness.

XRF chemical analysis of a manufactured part

It is a non-destructive analytical technique that measures the characteristic X-rays emitted by a sample when it is irradiated with X-rays. This analysis helps identify the presence and concentration of different elements in the manufactured part, aiding in quality control, material verification, and compliance with specific standards or regulations.

Non-destructive testing

It identifies the weakest zones of a part, which has to be improved.
Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software involves simulating and analyzing the behavior of components or products without physically testing or damaging them. FEA is a computer-based method that uses numerical techniques to solve complex engineering problems, including structural analysis and performance evaluation.

Industrial computer tomograph scan results – in clients work place

In case of need, this new service allows evaluation scan results either by the Smart Factory team or in our customer’s workplace. You can find the “myVGL“ software for the scan results on the official website. Fill in the required information and the installation package will be yours.

Measurements and Quality Control assurance

Measurements and quality control is carried out using a contact measurement methods, geometric inspection. As well as using 3D scanning tools, with contactless method we scan measured object and compare it with the 3D model with the special software. Smart Factory offers the following quality control services.

Analysis and visualization of internal voids

Industrial computed tomography helps to detect and quantify internal voids in parts. CT works by taking a series of X-ray images and reconstructing them into a 3D model. This 3D model can be used to identify and quantify voids, as well as their size, shape, and location. This information can be used to improve the quality and performance of parts and to prevent failures.

Comparison of two scanned models with each other

It is a valuable analysis that can be used for a variety of purposes. By comparing the two models, users can identify manufacturing defects and improve the quality of their products.

Surface roughness verification

With a surface roughness meter, we can measure the surface roughness of various objects, especially when their surfaces are polished. In this way, we assure that the particular surfaces of your products have reached the required roughness.

XRF chemical analysis of a manufactured part

It is a non-destructive analytical technique that measures the characteristic X-rays emitted by a sample when it is irradiated with X-rays. This analysis helps identify the presence and concentration of different elements in the manufactured part, aiding in quality control, material verification, and compliance with specific standards or regulations.

Scanned parts and CAD model geometric comparative analysis

After scanning the product with X-ray micro-computed tomography system (micro CT) or coordinate measuring machine (CMM), we create a deviation map, which indicates whether the scanned product meets the CAD model. Additionally, wall thickness analysis can be applied.

Geometric measurements of the part according to working drawings

is the process of verifying that the physical dimensions of a part meet the requirements specified on the drawings. This is done by measuring the part’s dimensions with X-ray micro-computed tomography system (micro CT) or coordinate measuring machine (CMM) and comparing them to the dimensions specified on the drawings.

Non-destructive testing

It identifies the weakest zones of a part, which has to be improved.
Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software involves simulating and analyzing the behavior of components or products without physically testing or damaging them. FEA is a computer-based method that uses numerical techniques to solve complex engineering problems, including structural analysis and performance evaluation.

Product surfaces quality control

Product surfaces quality control using a stereomicroscope involves inspecting and evaluating the surfaces of products for defects or imperfections. The stereomicroscope provides a three-dimensional view, allowing for accurate identification of surface irregularities such as scratches, cracks, or contamination. This process enables manufacturers to ensure the desired quality and appearance of their products.