Quality management has come a long way since the early days of rubber extruding. Manual inspection with check jigs or calipers was, at one time, the best option on the market for inspection, but nowadays there are more cutting-edge options available, such as automated visual inspection.
Automated inspection allows for even the smallest non-conformances to be detected with precision accuracy. This degree of quality management ensures that parts are received in spec, allowing for quick installation and on-time delivery of the end product.
Learn how use of automated visual inspection provides organization and excellence to quality management systems and impacts even the lowest volume parts.