Manufacturing Process Quality Control

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  • 6:51PM Jul 11, 2016
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Industries are pushing the boundaries of innovation to deliver more powerful products. Manufacturers are responding by implementing changes to their processes. Regulatory agencies are defining new regulations or updating existing regulations to accommodate these changes. Management, in turn, must keep abreast of these changes to ensure that quality assurance and quality control in their manufacturing […]

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Quality Additive Manufacturing Focus of Publication by RJLG’s Amber Dalley, Stephen Kennedy & Greg Kotyk

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The quality of powder feedstock can impact the quality of the parts built during the additive manufacturing process. Products may be contaminated by their environment during manufacturing, handling, or even during the building process. Because additive manufacturing is prevalent in high-performance industries, such as aerospace, medical, power generation and the military, it is crucial to […]

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Heath Low Earns Certified Quality Engineer Designation

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We are pleased to announce that Heath Low, Quality Assurance Analyst for RJ Lee Group’s Columbia Basin Analytical Laboratories, has been certified by the American Society of Quality (ASQ) as a Certified Quality Engineer (CQE). The CQE designates that the individual understands the principles of service and product quality evaluation control. These principles and applied […]

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The Role of XPS in Determining the Quality of Stainless Steel Passivation

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  • 9:40AM Jul 15, 2015
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This blog post was written by Dr. Jerry LaSalle, an expert in XPS surface analysis and physical and powder metallurgy. Dr. LaSalle’s areas of concentration include stainless steel passivation qualification, metallurgical failure analysis, additive manufacturing, and powder metallurgy consultation. The surface of a bulk material is its window to the outside world, and its first point […]

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Award-Winning ASCAT Technology Provides Accurate, Rapid and Detailed Inclusion Data to Improve Productivity and Product Quality in the Steel Industry

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Industry Problem In any given sample, at any step of the steel production process, the possibility exists that there are inclusions of varying chemistry and morphology that may impact product quality. Traditional examination of inclusions in a processed material could take a trained analyst as much as a week to characterize using microscope techniques. Even […]

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