Creating a World-Class Digital Workflow
“Going paperless” — eliminating hard copy documents in favor of digital storage—has been a goal of manufacturers for many years. For a quality group or lab, the benefits of going paperless are compelling, in regard to both environmental impact and data accessibility.
Supfina – a North Kingstown, R.I., developer and manufacturer of machine tools that produce fine and ultrafine surfaces in – has taken its own paperless workflow further.
“We tend to be measurement intensive,” according to Supfina process engineering manager Joe O’Hearn. His team measures customer components at two critical points in the development cycle: during initial specification to verify their machines’ capability for an application, and again as part of the machine’s acceptance plan.
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