Many types of surface or internal defects can appear at the end of the manufacturing process during the industrial manufacturing of polymer parts or objects. Detecting these defects after quality control often results in production rejects, which affects the productivity and profitability of the manufacturing company. The impact on the company is even greater if the customer discovers the defects.
While there are several solutions for inspecting the exterior of produced parts or objects, what about internal inspection? How can a company inspect 100% of the output to instantly detect defects hidden under the surface before the entire production chain is affected?
Through concrete examples of internal part inspection at the injection output, our experts address the following topics:
The field’s main industry issues and their economic weight
An overview of terahertz technology
Terahertz applications in the polymer industry and how it can solve certain inspection and quality control problems.
Donald Prévost, Solutions Manager, INO
Mario Simard, Business Unit Manager, Advanced Manufacturing, INO