Arcadia, CA, January 25, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- microJoining Solutions newly published article on resistance welding validation offers manufacturers not familiar with the validation process, a new tool to capture more customers in a down economy by improving and assuring their product quality when using resistance welding.
This article explains the critical difference between verification and validation and provides a real world example of verification and validation activities as a battery pack product goes through the development and manufacturing stages.
Industries using the resistance welding process to join metal parts include aerospace, automotive sensors, energy generation and storage, medical devices, and telecommunications hardware. Companies within these industries can greatly benefit by validating their resistance welding processes.
microJoining Solutions offers laser and resistance welding process development, optimization, verification, and validation consulting services to manufacturers making high reliability products. A list of services, technical bulletins (microTips™) dealing with specific laser and resistance welding problems, along with the newly published validation article, are available on the company website.