QASS was exhibitor at the Control trade fair in Stuttgart. Visitors could see our newest inventions and current products.
QASS presented itself at the Hanover Fair from April 1st to April 5th. This year we set our focus especially on the technology of hardness determination and its applicability.
Recording and analysis of data for condition monitoring: Condition monitoring for multiple wire drawing with dry drawing Means.
QASS wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
20 young people from Wetter and surrounding areas spent their second autumn holiday week in the inventor’s workshop at QASS to get to know the handling of robots in the industry better.
At the HTC in Cologne we presented our newest technologies for straightening and joining processes and featured a measuring system for hardness testing.
In the early 20th century Barkhausen noise was dicovered by the German physicist Heinrich Georg Barkhausen. Barkhausen noise is an effect that is only observable in ferromagnetic materials. QASS uses it to determine the mechanical hardness of materials.
From September 10th through 15th, QASS Technologies USA and QASS Germany presented modern measurement technology “Made in Germany” at the biggest industry show, the IMTS in Chicago.
Our new measuring principle HFIM, high-frequency pulse measurement, enables a quantum leap in pattern recognition. As a new analysis and data management system, patterns in crack detection (crack patterns) are detected and recognized in real time and in-process.
A campaign presents the people’s attachment to their city: Wetter. The slogan “I’m one of five million!” also fits for Ulrich Seute, CEO of QASS.