The ASSEMBLY Show 2018 announces the inaugural Product of the Year winner, QualityWorX DataHub from Cincinnati Test Systems and Sciemetric. The DataHub is a simple, cost-effective tool for analyzing leak test data and performing test-to-test comparisons. The product aggregates data from multiple leak test instruments into an analytics database for real-time usage. Learn more in this article.
Cincinnati Test Systems and Sciemetric have brought the data management and analytics of Manufacturing 4.0 to leak and flow testing with their first collaboration as part of the TASI Group. Learn more about the QualityWorX CTS DataHub.
Sciemetric's QualityWorX Vision software won the Gold 2018 Innovators Award from Vision Systems Design. Read more about the award-winning solution and the awards in this article.
Rob Plumridge, Sciemetric leak application engineer, discusses best practices for leak testing e-vehicle batteries and how the 3520 Series Leak Test can be used for this purpose, with Assembly Magazine.
The Ottawa Business Journal discusses Sciemetric’s acquisition by Ohio-based TASI Group with CEO Nathan Sheaff and how this is expected to accelerate Sciemetric’s growth.
The editors of Design Engineering profile Sciemetric’s Model 3675, a turnkey station to boost the speed and accuracy of leak testing. The 3675 can combine up to three of Sciemetric’s 3520 Series Leak Test units in one stand, controlled by a single sigPOD controller.
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. Sciemetric account manager Aaron Alberts shares with Today’s Motor Vehicles how and why Sciemetric worked with fluid handling products and systems company Graco to create the Graco Dispense Analyzer.
Richard Brine, Sciemetric’s CTO, talks to the editors of New Equipment Digest about the 3520 Series Leak Test and how its use of smart sensors, precision electronics and digital process signature analysis delivers a new level of repeatability and reliability to the often frustrating process of leak testing.
2011 marks the 30th anniversary of the founding of Sciemetric Instruments whose technology has been used by some of the world’s largest manufacturers to improve quality and their manufacturing processes. The company’s process monitoring and quality management systems and software help manufacturers monitor the variables that impact critical manufacturing processes. This, in turn, enables them to improve product quality and maximize profitability.
Sciemetric CEO Nathan Sheaff and Director of Sales Ron Pawulski are featured in a Movers and Shakers interview with market research firm Frost and Sullivan about the company, its markets and its prospects.