3D Scanning QC Needs Analysis

Fill out these few questions, and we will tell you not only IF 3D scanning could improve your QC process, but also HOW badly you need it.

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1. How do you inspect parts today? (check all that apply)

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2. If you use a CMM today, how many parts do you make that require custom-machined fixturing?

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3. How long does it take to inspect a typical outgoing part, either by hand or CMM?

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4. How long does it take to inspect a typical incoming part, either by hand or CMM?

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5. How often do you experience QC issues from incoming shipments?

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6. How often do customers unexpectedly report QC issues on shipped product?

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7. Do you have backlog of product waiting for Inspection before it can ship? (Pallets vs. number of parts can vary a lot depending on the size of your product. Just pick whichever makes the most sense.)

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8. We would like to inspect difficult features (flatness, concentricity, true position, etc.) but it is really challenging with our current tools.

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9. We would like to inspect a higher percentage of parts, but don’t have time.

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10. What size are the parts you typically make?

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11. Are the parts you make transparent and/or reflective?

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12. Full Name:

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13. Email:

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14. Phone Number:

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