Technical Articles

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CGI Inspection


CGI Inspection has published these technical articles:

(Engineering and Technical Services)
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First article inspection is critical when molding high quality products. But it is a costly, time consuming and tedious process where expense and lead time swell when inspecting multicavity or family... (View Full Article)
(Inspection Tools and Instruments)
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Traditional inspection tools may yield an incomplete assessment of injection molded parts. And with a direct correlation of time to measurement points, more data may be impractical or impossible. As... (View Full Article)
(Inspection Tools and Instruments)
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Matrix Tooling (Wood Dale, Ill.) has a three-pronged approach to compete in the shrinking domestic tooling market: focus on challenging jobs, offer more value to its customers and leverage technology.... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Automation Services)
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Automation drives manufacturing. Yet, the final step in the process continues to be time consuming, labor intensive and tedious. However, one quality expert has found a way to automate first article... (View Full Article)
(Contract Manufacturing and Fabrication)
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While inspection is the largest application for 3D scanning, reverse engineering is equally important to industries of all types and companies of all sizes. Reverse engineering is the process of... (View Full Article)
(Inspection Tools and Instruments)
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Cross-Sectional Scanning is unsurpassed in its ability to capture internal and external geometry of small and complex plastic injection molded parts. With a total system accuracy of 0.0008" and up to... (View Full Article)
(Calibration and Testing Services)
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In metrology, measurement uncertainty and the resulting potential for error are always present. Regardless of the technology employed, there can be an accumulation of tolerance errors in each element... (View Full Article)
(Inspection Tools and Instruments)
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Despite best efforts by injection molders, quality problems will arise and parts will fail to meet spec. The failure may be due to an oversight in first article inspection; worn or aging tooling; or a... (View Full Article)