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Engineering has long been the keystone for designing and implementing materials, machines, and processes in a scientific fashion. Whether developing new devices or reorganizing existing systems, today's industrial engineers are crucial to the manufacturing process. With the added assistance of computer technology, such as CAD software or CAM programming tools, modern engineers can evaluate, interpret, build, and test designs with greater efficiency than ever before. They can identify the technical limitations of a given object, system, or process, and provide recommendations as to safety, cost, specifications, and servicing.


Consulting is the similar practice of providing professional advice to a person, company, or group. There are numerous forms of consulting, each with its own type of clientele. In some cases, consultants are needed to offer guidance, whereas other situations call for more assertive measures to help improve work efficiency. Consultants may improve a workforce's productivity through motivation and feedback, or by skill training and other educational methods.

Guides

Analog Multimeters
This article offers a brief description of how analog multimeters work as well as different ranges for various forms of measurement. Differences between analog and digital multimeters are also addressed, as well as general operating advice.
Basic Rapid Prototyping Services
This article offers a basic overview of several different kinds of rapid prototyping services.
Failure Analysis Engineering Services – Buying Guide
Failure analysis is a requisite service for products, structures and vehicles destined for public consumption, typically before failure occurs, but also in cases where unfortunate accidents have happened. Given the range of possible failure conditions, a number of different failure analysis operations and services are available.
Data Acquisition Transducer Signals
This article discusses the two types of signal associated with data acquisition system transducers: analog and digital.

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White Papers

Pella Regional Health Center : Structured Reporting for Radiology
Defining about structured reporting, this paper states that structured reporting system would enable the facilities to dramatically improve the accuracy and clarity of their reports, as well as overall report turnaround times. It explains how radiology department of Pella Regional Health Center has better managed their output quality, and improved...
How to Properly Mate Compression Limiters and Threaded Inserts in Plastic Assemblies
Stating that compression limiter could avoid the stress relaxation in the mating component by reducing the frictional load, this paper discusses the technique behind the proper matting of compression limiters and threaded inserts in a plastic assembly. It highlights that in order to avoid jack-out in a joint, the inner diameter of the compression...
How to Improve Product Design and Manufacturability with the Coiled Spring Pin
Stating that examining not only the product design but also entire assembly process would help in achieving optimal low cost design, this paper presents cost reduction of individual components, along with preparation and assembling cost, are the best ways to reduce the overall cost of the assembly. It explains that coiled pin which is a...
How to Design the Optimum Hinge
Presenting free fit hinge and friction fit hinge as the two primary types of hinges, this paper points that using coiled spring pins would be the best choice in both hinges for achieving optimum long-term hinge performance, with some simple design guidelines. It states that as pin diameter is determined by the retaining or smallest holes the...

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