Process signature verification helps medical device manufacturers eliminate destructive testing, bring more accuracy to the manufacturing process, and reduce costs. Rather than subjective post manufacturing quality control approaches, such as visual testing, or statistically based tests, like destructive testing practices or auditing, comprehensive process signature verification provides actionable insight into manufacturing processes as well as a wealth of data that can prove compliance with internal directives and FDA regulations.
Process signature technology is an innovative tool for quality improvement, helping manufacturers eliminate defects, manage recalls, improve processes, and other benefits.
Sciemetric CEO Nathan Sheaff discusses with the editors of Manufacturing Engineering magazine the company’s early successes with Ford Motor Co. in using digital process signature analysis to monitor quality on an engine as it was being built versus waiting for the end-of-line hot test.
Sciemetric CEO Nathan Sheaff discusses with Assembly Magazine how sensor technology has had to evolve to ensure accurate digital process signature analysis for production processes such as leak testing, crimping, and sound and vibration testing.
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.
Sciemetric’s sigPOD is featured by the editors of Assembly Magazine as part of a roundup on the latest leak test systems on the market from a number of competing vendors.
Process signature analysis technology helps medical device manufacturers prevent defective devices and ensure compliance by enabling in-line analysis of critical processes across the enterprise.