Reliance Engineering Completes Purchases of Automated
Vision Inspection System
January 10, 2012 Press Release
-- Precision Measuring System Improves and Speeds Inspection
of Molded Parts
January 10, 2012 – Reliance Engineering , a specialized custom molder of Thermoplastic and thermoset
materials, has completes the acquisition of a new fully programmable Micro-Vu Vertex Measuring System. The new
system allows for fast and accurate measurements, servo motor control and a 12;1 zoom lens. “This represents a
vast improvement of our Metrology capabilities”, said Company President Bovaird. “After a record year in sales
and profits in 2011, we will continue to invest in our ability to produce high precision molded parts for the
Medical and Aerospace markets,” Bovaird said.
Engineering, a division of Built-Rite Tool & Die, Inc, is a custom manufacturer of precision thermoplastic and
thermoset molded parts servicing OEM’s in the aerospace, medical, defense and high-tech industries. “This
purchase is part of our continuous improvement process and brings us closer to achieving AS9100 certification”,
Bovaird said. The company is presently ISO 9001 certified.
“The markets we serve are very demanding from
a quality standpoint and we manufacture very high tolerance precision molded products. With the new Micro-vu
system we can inspect faster and more accurately,” Bovaird said.
About Reliance Engineering:
Reliance Engineering is a specialized custom molder of thermoplastic and thermoset materials. Reliance
focuses on demanding applications that require high temperature plastic materials and very close tolerance
molding. Reliance Engineering is unique in offering both Thermoplastic and Thermoset molding capabilities coupled
with Insert Molding.
Reliance Engineering, Built-Rite Tool Die and LSR Engineering is an integrated
Plastics Technology Company with expertise in Plastic Part Design, Mold Design, Mold Making, and Plastic
For more information visit www.builtrite-reliance.com
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