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Typical Reliability and Performance Characteristics for Stored Energy Welding Equipment

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1 Author(s)
McFann, J. ; Unitek Corporation

With the rapidly expanding use of stored energy equipment in the welded module field and the increasing demands for process reliability, it is important that the equipment possess a high degree of output predictability and consistency from one machine to another. This paper discusses the present status of expected equipment performance, and how this performance can be related to process reliability. It covers quality assurance goals and manufacturing test procedures as well as recommended customer test methods to insure a high confidence level.

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Product Engineering and Production, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 4 )