Kistler is introducing new systems that significantly reduce the "cost ofpoor quality"of poor quality parts. Kistler has also just launched a new sensor technology to make the production of large-scale parts more reliable
Maximum quality assurance for a minimum COPQ
Kistler demonstrates that, for each project, the return on investment is very attractive by using its tool rather than paying for defective parts, as this tool ensures 100% quality and zero defect production in all injection molding systems. Kistler's sensors and systems can measure and analyze the pressure in the cavity during the casting phase, manage the process and reduce the release rate by separating good parts from bad parts during production, thereby reducing production costs.
Production in large series of light parts in the future
These processes used for this type of parts are the SMC, the RTM, etc. The moulding of these components therefore requires excellent process management and impeccable quality assurance to ensure the reproducibility of mass production. With forty years of experience in sensors and systems to measure and analyze pressure inside cavities, Kistler has developed innovative products for all the specific moulding and injection processes, up to RTM technologies.
The new RTM sensors ensure that errors and filling drifts can be identified, and that cascading filling can be controlled for large parts. In addition to measuring pressure, the new sensors measure the vacuuming of the mold. They record all stages of the process and provide the information necessary for process transparency and quality assurance in the production of low-weight components.
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