In an exciting development for both the aerospace industry and the state of California, Hill Engineering has officially been welcomed to the California Manufacturing Technology Consulting (CMTC) Made in California Program.Continue reading Hill Engineering Joins CMTC’s Made in California Program: A New Chapter in Manufacturing Excellence
The anticipation had been building for months, and finally, the day arrived. Robby, Camille, and Ryan, members of the Hill Engineering team, embarked on a journey through time as they attended the Taylor Swift Eras Tour concert in Santa Clara, California.
Hill Engineering has recently acquired the state-of-the-art JPT MOPA M7 Laser Engraver with a 175x175mm lens and an 80mm Rotary Axis. This strategic investment will improve our laboratory capabilities, enabling us to deliver unparalleled results to our clients!
Strain gages feature in a large portion of the residual stress measurements we perform at Hill Engineering, which is why we pride ourselves on our ability to correctly choose and apply strain gages to fit any measurement needs.Continue reading New Vlog: How To Apply A Strain Gage
Hill Engineering has been recently issued its second US patent for the DART™ measurement system. This updated device offers improved residual stress measurements within small-diameter pipe applications, allowing for more accurate analysis in both in-laboratory and non-laboratory settings.Continue reading Hill Engineering’s DART issued second US patent!
Our latest case study is up and it’s all about TrueSlot®, our innovative technique for measuring near-surface residual stress!
Hill Engineering is officially going global!
We are proud to announce we’ve been issued our first Japanese patent for the DART™, our Device for Automated Residual stress Testing.Continue reading Hill Engineering issued first Japanese patent for the DART!
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We are very excited today because in this blog we cross an incredible milestone: our 200th post! That’s right. Since the inception of the Hill Engineering blog back in March 2016, we have published 200 times.
Let’s take a look back over the past 7 years of blogging bliss!Continue reading The Big 200! – Celebrating a milestone blog post
The heart of work at Hill Engineering has everything to do with residual stress. That’s why we thought it was about time we published a case study giving a general overview of what residual stress is, and why it is so important for designers and manufacturers to consider.Continue reading New case study: Residual Stress