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By InspectionXpert Host on 12/20/2013 11:02 AM
Many manufacturing operations from aerospace and defense to medical devices and heavy industry are becoming increasingly aware of the quality and productivity improvements that can be achieved by using proven FAI automation tools internally and throughout the supply chain.
By InspectionXpert Host on 1/29/2013 2:32 PM

InspectionXpert for PDF 2013 has just been released.  Customers who are current on maintenance can download the new release immediately by logging into the Customer Portal.  Some highlights in this new release include:

  • Ability to instantly create multiple copies of a single characteristic or feature (group of characteristics)
  • 64-bit support for improved performance
  • New GDT font supporting upper and lower case letters and even more symbols in an easy to use interface
  • Support for users in a Citrix environment
  • CMMXpert enhancements for autoassigning CMM results to ballooned characteristics, and stored mapping for easy import of new results files
  • Polish and French language support

View a list of the complete InspectionXpert for PDF 2013 Product Release Notes.

By InspectionXpert Host on 4/27/2012 3:30 PM

Join us for this event co-hosted by InspectionXpert and Net-Inspect and learn how to boost efficiency with the only fully-integrated, on-demand, comprehensive ballooning and quality management solution.


InspectionXpert is the only ballooning tool that's fully integrated with Net-Inspect and can be accessed directly inside the Net-Inspect interface via a web browser with no installation needed. Powerful and customizable, InspectionXpert works with any PDF or TIFF file to balloon inspection drawings and capture inspection data for publishing to Net-Inspect.

Net-Inspect is a strategic quality management portal that manages your FAIs and inspection plans across your company and your supply chain providing you with greater management visibility into your manufacturing capability.


Together these integrated solutions help you drive down costs by eliminating time consuming, error-prone, manual processes, and improve your strategic decision making with intelligent reporting and analytics at your fingertips.

Learn More and register for the webinar here.

By InspectionXpert Host on 4/8/2012 1:01 PM

The new InspectionXpert for PDF 2012 will be shown at the Computer Aided Products booth #1609 at the Mfg4 Event 2012.  Stop by for a live demonstration of the new features in InspectionXpert for PDF 2012.  Mfg4 Event 2012 is a new manufacturing event designed to share supply chain innovations across four key industry sectors:  aerospace, defense (including arms), medical and energy manufacturers.  Mfg4 is being held at the Connecticut Connection Convention Center in Hartford, Connecticut on May 8 - 10, 2012. 

By InspectionXpert Host on 10/17/2011 7:54 PM

This month's issue of Modern Machine Shop includes a writeup on Arnprior Rapid Manufacturing Solution's use of InspectionXpert to automate the creation of first article inspection reports. Arnprior is one of the largest ‘all under one roof’ manufacturing solution centers in the Northeastern United States and serves a diverse range of industries including aerospace, medical, automotive and consumer products. With InspectionXpert for PDF, Arnprior has eliminated over half the time they spend creating first article inspection reports (FAIRs) and helped them standardize processes while reducing the risk of errors. 

Read the entire story here.

 

By InspectionXpert Host on 7/12/2011 7:24 PM

Quality Digest featured an article on one of our customers, PBC Linear's use of InspectionXpert for SolidWorks software. The linear motion manufactufacturer was able to automate its inspection process using InspectionXpert.  “Even on a six- or seven-sheet drawing, with a couple of hundred dimensions, with InspectionXpert, at the most it would take us five minutes to create an inspection sheet,” says Mike McKee, a technician at Pacific Bearing Co. “Without the software, it would have taken a technician a day to create that same inspection sheet.”

Read the full article here.

 

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