Many Reasons were given to attendees on why to visit InterTech Development Company at Korea Show

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Automotive Testing Expo Korea mirrored the same proven successful formula of its sister exhibitions in Stuttgart, Detroit, Shanghai and Chennai, and brought together the world’s leading manufacturers of test and evaluation equipment and test service providers.

InterTech’s Med75 instrument on display showing it’s flexibly in adapting to the testing requirements of various medical devices with configurations for:  leak and flow; a combination of pressure decay and mass flow leak detection; and leak and flow tests for catheters and many med devices!

Intertech Design Reports – DR 140 End OF Line Testing

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  • Latest on why and how InterTech assists a wide range of manufacturers to identify best in-line functional test systems in the earliest stages of process development to significantly cut costs.
  • Extensive testing of your products’ functions before releasing them to the market used to be a competitive advantage. Today this has become not just an advantage but a requirement.  End-users demand unfailing quality making pre-market release product testing a necessity
  • However, testing a fully assembled product is typically a complex challenge and a costly one. End-of-line functional testing can cost millions of dollars.  Those who instead build in-line testing into their operation – using test instruments that cost a fraction of end-of-line testing—DO have a competitive advantage.
  • Accessing Big Data makes the competitive advantage of in-line testing even more significant.  Data-driven insights into manufacturing can help identify and re-align defective processes and minimize the number of defective parts or products released to the marketplace.

Can We Speed Up Large Volume Part Leak Testing by Eliminating Filler Blocks?

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The Challenge:

  • Oil pans require leak testing—a production step historically slowed by the relative large volume of each part. Traditionally, filler blocks are incorporated into the test process in order to reduce the test volume making the leak test cycle both more accurate and relatively faster.  Loading and unloading filler blocks do add time to the production process.  But without filler blocks, the stabilization phase of testing proceeds too slowly and with too much error.

The InterTech Solution:

  • InterTech Development Company engineers a leak test system where oil pans are tested to a 10 sccm limit, at a pressure of 100kPa (14.5psig) within 19 seconds.
  • This fast production rate is achieved without filler blocks. InterTech’s fast oil pan leak test system includes:
  • Superior test accuracy and at faster speeds using the InterTech M1075 Mass Flow Leak Detector to control the test cycle 
Unlike generic test instruments, InterTech’s mass flow leak testers use patented sensors that are tuned to perform optimally and most sensitively within the test parameters required for testing these large volume oil pans.

Many Reasons were given to attendees on why to visit InterTech Development Company at MDM Show

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The MD&M West conference and exposition continued its growth trajectory as the show turned 33 this year.

At the 2018 Medical Design & Manufacturing expo, over 2,500 including IDC of the most innovative suppliers were on hand to demonstrate the latest ground-breaking technologies and comprehensive selection of products.

.InterTech’s Med75 instrument on display showing it’s flexibly in adapting to the testing requirements of various medical devices with configurations for: leak and flow; a combination of pressure decay and mass flow leak detection; and leak and flow tests for catheters and many med devices!

Getting your Test Systems Robotics Ready

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  • Understanding the test-related functions that can be better managed by later generation test instruments is relevant to any design of test and assembly processes.
  • The goal, of course, of incorporating robotics into any test-centric assembly is to achieve a faster test cycle time and increased assembly line throughput. As an example of what can be achieved, rear housings are leak tested to a 3.0 sccm accept limit at 24 kPa (3.5 psig) to 28 kPa (4.0 psig) requiring only 25 seconds from start to cycle completion.
  • Here the robot loads and unloads all parts being tested and all test inputs and outputs are communicated with the robot interface. The four different part configurations, i.e. different casting models, are identified by sensors that then determine the clamping type, sealing methods and leak test specifications.
  • InterTech’s patented PowerClamp® technology individually clamps each bolt point to simulate mounting conditions.
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