March 27, 2006, Cincinnati, OH — THE MODAL SHOP, INC. announces no cost business case studies for financially justifying the NDT-RAMTM nondestructive test systems. Decisions to invest in any new or additional quality testing technologies increasingly need strong business case justification in addition to technical feasibility to be approved and implemented within a manufacturing plant.
Using universally accepted financial metrics such as return on investment (ROI), internal rate of return (IRR), and payback period, the financial impact of investing in The Modal Shop’s nondestructive resonant acoustic method (NDT-RAM) quality test systems can be determined. A strictly confidential, formal report is generated based on a company’s specific circumstances and is a valuable tool in the financial approval process.
The no cost financial justification report is just one of the three important programs that The Modal Shop offers to reduce the risk to manufacturers to consider using NDT-RAM for quality assurance testing on powder metal, cast and forged parts. Free parts tests to determine the technical feasibility of resonant inspection on a specific part and rentals of NDT-RAM systems for trial on the plant floor are also offered to reduce risk.
NDT-RAM systems are ideal for fully automated, fast, 100% inspection of powder metal parts, castings, or forgings. It is ideal for metal parts that are safety-critical or have large manufacturing volume that require inspection to ensure part quality. Other uses are for parts that have potentially expensive quality containment costs, substantial inspection costs due to part preparation or fixturing, or high recurring inspection material or disposal costs.
For more information about NDT-RAM or other process monitoring systems that can benefit your operations, contact THE MODAL SHOP, INC., 3149 E. Kemper Road Cincinnati, OH 45241-1516, Internet: www.ndt-ram.com, (800) 860-4867, Fax (513) 458-2172 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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