Depending on your business, testing off-site might not be an option. Changes in customer demands, increases in output, and other mitigating factors can drive the need for in-house testing. In-house testing lends a lot of credibility to your company. There’s a certain pride that comes from being able to say that you handle your own testing and product verification. That can be a real selling point to your customers. On top of that, testing in-house gives you access to quality control and verification when you need it. The only downfall happens to be that usually when you’re ready to bring testing in-house, you don’t usually have time to set up the equipment in order to do so.
Padget Technologies has been building test stands for over thirty years. From hydraulics, to electrical, to mechanical, to everything else you can imagine. We specialize in designing and building custom test stands for almost any application. Not only can Padget Technologies design and fabricate your test stand, but we can also incorporate the appropriate data acquisition you need to go along with it. If you need to keep your production up, but you also need a test stand to control and verify your quality, show us your needs and let us put a quote together for you. We would be happy to put our expertise to wokr for you.
Sometimes your needs are unique enough that you can’t just pull something off the shelf to get the job done. That’s where we come in. With our highly skilled staff and broad range of fabrication ability, we can produce custom equipment to meet almost any need. Sometimes it’s as simple piece you can hold in your hand, and sometimes it’s a full-on production line complete with integrated process controls running thousands of cycles per day. Whatever your case, we know how important it is to have equipment that works the way you need it to. We’re excited to offer this service and we invite you to share your unique challenges with us.
Dependable fixtures are a must-have when you’re trying to hold accurate tolerances throughout hundreds or thousands of cycles in a day. It would be easy to say that we’ve done a lot of fixtures (and we have) and just leave it that, but the fact is that fixture needs are unique. No two fixtures are quite the same and anyone who’s ever struggled to get a weldment out of a poorly designed fixture will tell you: fixture design matters. We’ve taken these words to heart. Our engineers take this into account during the design phase then get their hands dirty with your fixtures to make sure that when they hit the production floor they’re user friendly, accurate, and repeatable.