White Paper: Zero-Error Parts ¦ METTLER TOLEDO
White Paper

White Paper: Zero-Error Parts,
Module and e-Kit Manufacturing

White Paper

Do your customers aim for 99.99966% yield? In-process quality control by automated weighing is an easy and inexpensive method to help your customers achieve higher yields. A new white paper evaluates the benefits of this usable method, shares best practice examples, and describes the technology that makes weight-based in-process quality control possible.


Zero-error manufacturing

The basis for zero-errors manufacturing is sustainable products, adequate processes and educated staff. Nevertheless, in-production quality-control is still needed to eliminate defective products before they reach the next manufacturing step – or the customer. Dedicated weighing devices offer a fast, simple in-process quality control method that allows fast format changeover for new products.

In-process weight-based quality control is an easy, inexpensive method to help your customers achieve higher yields. A new white paper evaluates the benefits of this method and shares best practices.

Keep pace with modern processes

This ease of changeover contributes to the method’s ability to keep pace with modern manufacturing methods. This enables high throughput and is so reliable that it can detect the smallest deviations of 1 ppm (one point in one million) in a fraction of a second. Additionally, it is compliant with quality control standards such as ISO9001:2015 and ISO/TS16949, and it is economical as return-on-investment cycles become shorter. 

Easy integration

Dedicated weigh modules are also mechanically and electrically easy to integrate into machines and their data-processing systems. The technology does not require part-specific software, nor does it depend on any particular light condition. It works perfectly, even in complete darkness, and reflecting surfaces do not matter. Cavities inside the product can be reliably detected just by weighing.

Reliable for parts, components, e-kits

Download the white paper today and learn more about this easy-to-apply yet also very reliable quality control method for parts, components, and e-kits and learn how you can support error-free automated manufacturing for your customers.