Material changes or tool changes can have a significant impact on the quality of your components. Even the replacement of individual mold cavities can lead to the smallest deviations, costly reworking or production downtime.
By comparing actual/actual values, deviations between two components can be detected at an early stage and important conclusions and instructions for further component optimization can be derived.
With the help of the actual/actual comparison, component deviations can be determined precisely for the purpose of re-qualification, for example. The process is therefore a cost-effective and resource-saving alternative to conventional testing methods.
Using computer tomography or 3D scanning, meaningful data can be digitized and recorded in just a few minutes. The subsequent assessment of product quality and a clear false-color display enable deviations to be identified and calculated with pinpoint accuracy. Discrepancies are clearly recognizable for employees.
The comparison means that statements about the relationship between two components can be made more quickly, even without prior measurement and programming, and optimizations can be made at an early stage.