To lower the costs of manufacturing, companies are increasingly relying on powder metallurgy in order to reduce the amount of materials required to create complex components.
Instead of using traditional methods, manufacturers are now heating or “sintering” metallic powders to create bonds between particles, reducing the need to use alternative, higher-cost machining processes. To ensure that these products meet international safety requirements, companies must measure the sintered materials’ density to guarantee the quality of these components.
Optical fiber cables are used extensively in important industry applications all over the world, from telecommunications to the medical sector, but their quality can be reduced by flaws in production, transportation, and even rough handling. To ensure that companies have access to the highest quality optical fiber, Torontech offers a variety of state-of-the-art testing machines to assess the entire lifecycle of these essential cables and guarantee their performance over time.