MRB Case Study

The problem is that one NLign user produces an extremely complex composite component, which is manufactured in multiple facilities.  This complexity combined with the intricacy of its manufacturing process makes it difficult to identify and trace defects.Using NLign to aggregate and fuse inspection data indexed to specific locations on the product inherently builds a historical record of a component’s production capabilities and problems.  This enables more predictability in production planning and timing, which reduces costs and production delays.

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