Manufacturing a part is really only half of the process. Despite how well-crafted a finished part may seem, it still needs to be inspected before getting into the hands of customers. Proper inspection of manufactured parts will ensure that you receive products of consistent, high quality each time you have a project need—today, and in the future as well.
At Laserage, we utilize a wide range of thorough inspection methods to complement the parts we create. Quality support equipment is available throughout our high-tech, 35,000 square foot facility, which includes: automated optical inspection equipment (AOI); image recognition systems; digital microscopes; other optical comparators; microscopes; and gauging devices.
The state-of-the-art inspection systems and analysis tools we utilize offer flexible inspection opportunities—even for the most challenging and intricate part geometries.
Automated Optical Inspection Equipment
The experts of the Laserage team make use of the most cutting-edge inspection systems available; these inspection systems include programmable CNC optical instrumentation (capable of achieving up to 256x magnification), programmable pattern recognition systems, digital toolmakers microscopes (with up to 400x magnification), stereo 40x zoom microscopes, and a complete selection of hand tools.
Functional testing equipment, such as Axial Load, Stress Strain, and Austenite Transformation Temperature (Af), is also utilized. Also, measuring tools can be placed on parts in predetermined locations to measure key characteristics. This inspection equipment is used to meet your exact product specifications.
Additionally, our team routinely performs processes such as gage repeatability and reproducibility (GR&R), measurement systems analysis (MSA), first article inspection (FAI), operation qualification (OQ), and performance qualification (PQ).
These inspection processes are used to compliment your growth from the R&D phase to fully documented validation and volume production.