The task of laser welding components can be difficult to accomplish and maintain in a production environment. With such factors as finding the correct laser technology, pulse length, pulse shape, terminal optics, cover gas strategy and soot control to contend with, developing a production laser welding system can be a daunting process. Even after all of the laser details are known, you still need to reliably deliver that laser energy to the correct location on the parts. This usually involves … Read More
INVOTEC Engineering will be exhibiting at the ATX East show in New York this year. Stop by booth#: 2857 to discuss your manufacturing challenges and watch our custom equipment in action while we personalize your own INVOTEC pen with laser engraving right on the show floor. Click the graphic below to get FREE ADMISSION! Just enter the discount code: XG Exposition & Conference: June 10-12, 2014 Tuesday: 10AM-4PM Wednesday: 10AM-4PM Thursday: 10AM-3PM Location: Jacob K. Javits Convention Center- New York, NY We hope … Read More
Thank you to everyone that participated in the March for Babies event this Saturday at University of Dayton River Campus! This was INVOTEC’s third year putting a team together and they did a fantastic job at raising funds, blowing our goal out of the water and almost tripling our number of walkers. The March for Babies event promotes awareness for the March of Dimes non-profit organization that fights to make sure all babies are born healthy. The proceeds fund research … Read More
Thank you to everyone that participated in this year’s Bowl for Kids’ Sake event! This is a great cause that helps children in our neighborhood get the support and guidance they need to make the most of their futures. INVOTEC Engineering is a huge supporter of this cause and we’re happy to do what we can to help them achieve their goals.
The primary requirement for casters is being able to take rough handling without suffering structural failures. One method for caster testing is hitting the caster frame with a measured force and checking for any signs of structural damage. This test is normally performed by an operator who uses an impact tester and then visually inspects the caster for damage. This approach is expensive to perform and slows production. Manual inspection leaves open the possibility of operator error and can also … Read More
EXPERT ADVICE: Changing Your Manufacturing Process- Part 3 How to Pick a Partner… Now, if you’ve read the first two articles in our series, you’ve got a better grasp on what you need to change in your process and what the budget might look like to support those changes. So, what’s the next step? You need to find a partner to help you get this plan implemented. You will want a company that works WITH you to solve your problems. … Read More