The flexible, robust and easy to use Tru3D™ software allows Coherix to provide customers with a cost effective solution specific to their needs. Years of experience in perfecting 3D technology is being realized with Tru3D™.
Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) April 23, 2014
Forward-thinking manufacturers are now raising the bar in quality and safety by implementing Coherix Tru3D™ technology. These manufacturers have moved from a single prove out implementation to multiple implementations of the Coherix technology in their assembly manufacturing process. With Tru3D™, they have experienced a significant reduction in warranty issues in an assembly that previously would have had random occurrences of failure. Based on these results, manufacturers are experiencing significant cost savings and productivity gains.
Fast problem solving improves productivity:
Tru3D™ logs the 3D model it inspects! If a new defect is discovered, the logged information can be accessed. With this historical data captured, manufacturers can precisely quantify the performance of any new inspection before it is released to production. This is possible since there is no change in how the 3D model is created. By using this data, the manufacturers are able to see where and how their manufacturing processes are failing and take corrective action.
Jon Upham, Product Specialist for Tru3D™, stated, “The flexible, robust and easy to use Tru3D™ software allows Coherix to provide customers with a cost effective solution specific to their needs. Years of experience in perfecting 3D technology is being realized with Tru3D™.”
Coherix is a privately held, global supplier of high-speed, high-definition, 3D visualization and inspection solutions designed to improve the management of manufacturing processes. Headquartered in Ann Arbor, MI the company has technical centers in Europe and the Asia Pacific region. Coherix products are being utilized around the world at companies such as Intel, Amkor, BorgWarner, Ford, Honda, Allison Transmission, Chrysler, General Motors, Micron, Infineon, John Deere, Volvo Technology Transfer and Aisin among others.