Our latest vlog discussing our machining simulation capabilities is up on our YouTube channel today and it is chock-full of information for those interested addressing distortion issues caused by machining.
Working from home is one thing Hill Engineering has done as part of our novel coronavirus (COVID-19) response, so I did a virtual Q&A session with one of my colleagues, Renan Ribeiro, where we discussed how our technology can help contract vendors reduce uncertainty in machining planning and improve machining processes.
If you are not already, subscribing to our channel and following our other social media accounts is a good way to keep up with everything we are doing at Hill Engineering. Not only do we offer these simulation services, but we also perform hundreds of other residual stress measurements in our laboratory every year, such as the contour method, hole drilling method, and slitting method. Stay tuned for more content that discusses these techniques and contact us if you have any further questions or have suggestions for future vlog topics.