Spotting Bubbles With Process Data | Vision systems can’t see air trapped within gasketing material, so an automotive powertrain supplier turned to Sciemetric to find a new way to spot bubbles before they compromised seals. Account Manager, Aaron Alberts explains how signature analysis was used to detect air bubbles in the process - Today's Motor Vehicles



Smart Industry interviewed Sciemetric’s CEO, Nathan Sheaff to get his thoughts on how the digital transformation is affecting leak testing, including the elements that come into play, opportunities for “smart” testing and how it will help overcome the common challenges manufacturers face. Take a look at the full interview.



New Equipment Digest Article: Smart Leak Tester Grades in Curve. No defective liquid or gas-filled part can escape the smart sensors and analytical know-how of this IoT-powered leak tester. Sciemetric, a manufacturing measurement company that works with Ford and Hewlett Packard, released a new kind of intelligent leak tester, the 3520 Series.



Sciemetric has opened its first office in Suzhou, Shanghai, China to better support key customers such as Ford Motor Co., Jaguar Land Rover Corp., Caterpillar Inc., and more. This office provides the local Sciemetric team with a central base of operations from which to conduct equipment repairs, host customers and prospects, and carry out application studies and demonstrations.

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Latest Scigenuity Blog

In the first of this two-parter, we discussed how incorporating process signature analysis into every phase of an integrator’s build can help reduce risk and keep the project on time and on budget. In this post, we talk about how bundling this same quality assurance technology into a build can also bring more... More >

Quality Digest Live with Sciemetric's CTO

Tune in on Feb 24 at 2PM EST to hear Sciemetric CTO, Richard Brine, explain how manufacturers can use digital process signature technology to improve their leak test and more.

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