Machine Design

An example of Signal.X machine design
An example of Signal.X machine design
Measure your part, not your machine. As easy as it is to say, this is actually the hardest thing to get right in a production machine, and it is even more critical on an NVH machine. For an interesting story on our first machine, check out our blog post.

A machine can be broken down into three main parts – the machine base and actuators, part clamping, and the sensing mechanism. A good test system has low machine self-noise, a stiff and repeatable clamping of the part, is isolated from the environment around it, and has a comprehensive sensor suite designed to isolate defect signatures.

The team at Signal.X brings our experience as mechanical engineers and NVH experts to work with you to build a machine that is repeatable, reliable, and sensitive. From concrete-filled bases to high accuracy spindles, we understand what makes a machine successful.

Laboratory test machine designed for integration into an NVH test system
Laboratory test machine designed for integration into an NVH test system
Using the acquisition system of Shield, we can take advantage of our own accelerometer probe designs, force reaction plates, microphones, torque sensors, and many more.

Machine Design

An example of Signal.X machine design
An example of Signal.X machine design
Measure your part, not your machine. As easy as it is to say, this is actually the hardest thing to get right in a production machine, and it is even more critical on an NVH machine. For an interesting story on our first machine, check out our blog post.

A machine can be broken down into three main parts – the machine base and actuators, part clamping, and the sensing mechanism. A good test system has low machine self-noise, a stiff and repeatable clamping of the part, is isolated from the environment around it, and has a comprehensive sensor suite designed to isolate defect signatures.

The team at Signal.X brings our experience as mechanical engineers and NVH experts to work with you to build a machine that is repeatable, reliable, and sensitive. From concrete-filled bases to high accuracy spindles, we understand what makes a machine successful.

Laboratory test machine designed for integration into an NVH test system
Laboratory test machine designed for integration into an NVH test system
Using the acquisition system of Shield, we can take advantage of our own accelerometer probe designs, force reaction plates, microphones, torque sensors, and many more.

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