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Webinar: Critical Control Points

Hosted by Andy Reeher (Chief Executive Office, Brighton Science), this webinar discusses the concept ofCritical Control Points(CCPs) that are present throughout every manufacturing process. The goal of CCPs is to prevent product failures and enhance overall product quality. This webinar focuses...

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Webinar: Automated and Reliable Approach to Monitor the Surfaces of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymers Prior to Bonding for Successful Adhesion

In this webinar, Lucas Dillingham, Global Applications Director at Brighton Science, discusses the different surface treatments on unidirectional carbon fiber reinforced polyether ether ketone ( PEEK ) composite surfaces, and the importance of achieving the desired adhesion for manufacturing and...

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Recall Mystery: What Causes Wind Turbines to Wilt Like a Daisy?

Let's paint the following picture: You're driving down a highway in Ohio (bear with us), and you look out the window and see a field coming up. It's not a corn or wheat field; its contents stretch much taller. As you drive closer, you see that the field is populated with hundreds of wind turbines,...

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Video: Does Surface Roughness Impact Surface Analyst Contact Angle Measurements?

This video demonstrates the Surface Analyst accurately measuring contact angle on materials with rough surfaces.

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Video: Can You Measure Contact Angle on Concave and Convex Surfaces?

This video demonstrates the Surface Analyst measuring contact angle on convex and concave surfaces.

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Webinar: The New Frontier in Inspection-Surface Intelligence

Manufacturers today struggle with intermittent failures around cleaning, coating, welding and bonding operations. These challenges lead to issues with supply chain robustness, warranty risks, damage to brand image, dissatisfied customers, and frustrated employees.

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Webinar: How to Unlock Breakthrough Performance in Manufacturing Using Surface Intelligence

Manufacturers struggle with intermittent failures around cleaning, coating, welding and bonding operations. These challenges lead to issues with supply chain robustness, warranty risks, damage to brand image, dissatisfied customers and frustrated employees. This webinar will explore advanced...

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Webinar: Creating a Digital Thread for Surface Preparation

New high-performance materials and technologies are being implemented for higher strength, lighter weight, improved reliability and lower costs than ever before. These manufacturing techniques require more reliable coating, bonding, and cleaning processes, as well as flexibility to adopt new...

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Webinar: Guide to Controlling Non-Obvious Variables Using Predictive Analytics

Many assembly processes involving polymers, such as bonding, coating or printing, are vulnerable to failures. Failures happen due to a lack of control of non-obvious variables which directly affect the outcomes of these processes. Knowing what contaminants threaten polymer adhesion strength and...

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Webinar: Maximizing Cleaning System Overall Equipment Efficiency to Increase Throughput and Performance Reliability

Washer system performance is traditionally based on visual appearance of cleaned parts and particulate removal. This is essential for manufacturing parts that will move against each other and endure stress (such as auto transmission components). Particulate removal is the greatest contributor to...

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Webinar: How Verification of Medical Device Surfaces in Product Development Eases Manufacturing

One of the most cumbersome aspects in medical manufacturing can be crossing the chasm between product development and production. This is where oversight groups can provide necessary checks for the safest and most reliable products. Manufacturers are always looking for ways to make testing in...

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Webinar: Pushing Towards Zero Defects -Ensuring High-Reliability in High-Volume Manufacturing Processes for Bonding and Coating

Ensuring predictable outcomes in a manufacturing process is a critical component of quality assurance. Recent experience with bonding and coating operations across a range of industries has revealed processes that were successfully demonstrated in a materials and process laboratory don’t always...

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Webinar: Guide to Effective Plasma Treatment for High Volume Medical Device Manufacturing

Plasma treatment has been utilized for decades as a means of engineering the surface properties of polymeric materials for purposes such as adhesion. Until recently, plasma treatment has been a batch vacuum process, limiting its broader application. Recent development of atmospheric pressure...

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Benefits of The Surface Analyst

Rather than simply translating traditional laboratory surface inspection technology, Brighton Science has developed a whole new approach to measuring surface quality. Brighton Science's Surface Analyst technology is built with the needs of the manufacturer in mind: it solves real surface quality...

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Plasma Treatment Station with Automated, Inline Validation - The Surface Analyst XA

Automating the world's most powerful and reliable surface quality inspection technology has opened the doors for exciting collaborations. Our partners at PVA have integrated surface cleanliness measurement via the Surface Analyst XA, before and after using Plasmatreat's atmospheric plasma system,...

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Materials Science Explained using an Oreo Cookie

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The Surface Analyst XA

For the first time ever, manufacturers have access to an automated surface quality inspection to diagnose the root cause of adhesion failure. The Surface Analyst XA is the only tool for fully automated, totally surface quality control. This inspection is the most reliable way to make absolutely...

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Gain Total Surface Quality Control with the Surface Analyst

Preparing a surface for painting, adhesion, coating, or bonding are common processes that do not get the attention they deserve. Many times, these processes are key to a business and the continued success of a product. Watch the video to learn how the Surface Analyst gives manufacturers the...

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