Autonetics LLC is a provider of high quality thread gauging and inspection equipment. As a dynamic full service company, we provide a complete line of custom non contact profile applications and thread measuring systems for API, Premium, Machine and Custom thread forms.
AGU 2.0 features the latest improvements in metrology hardware, software and kinematics. New features include remote monitoring by any wireless device with a web browser, improved protective shielding, as well as increased linear resolution. This system is primarily used in the Oil Country Tubular Goods industry for inspection of casing and tubing connections.
We are committed to delivering total customer satisfaction by providing high quality products and superior service levels. Through a highly skilled and dedicated workforce, we have generated an outstanding service record, which means you can be assured all our high quality products will accurately meet your requirements.
Watch the video below for a demostration of the AGU 2.0 as well as an explanation of how we report our results through a customize user interface.
Unparalled Data Collection and Reliability for Hardware Controllers
Operating Systems may be roughly divided into two categories: desktop and realtime. A traditional desktop operating system (OS) (e.g. Windows, Linux, MacOS) is designed to interact with users, input/output devices such as printers, video displays and mice. In contrast, a Real Time Operating System (RTOS) is designed to interact with machinery where critical timing is paramount.
Process Management Package
In 1905 the French scientist Georges Augustin Albert Charpy developed a method for testing materials to determine the amount of absorbed energy during fracture. This absorbed energy is a measure of a given material's toughness and acts as a tool to study temperature-dependent brittle-ductile transition. Along with other testing, the Charpy impact test is still an important part of today’s quality control procedures.
Intelligent Automation Solutions
Autonetics offers intelligent automation solutions specifically designed to optimize and automate manufacturing processes. Although equipment will vary based on the type of application needed, the desired result is often accomplished using scanners, lasers, vision cameras and electromagnetic sensors to automate your inspection procedures. Using feature identification can dramatically improve production by detecting flaws quickly, tracking parts for organization and precise part location.
A Better Kind of Tool Setter
From the first to last cut Autonetics' rugged, in-process touch setter allows monitoring and control for a wide variety of professional CNC machining centers. Intuitive software provides real time off sets for the tools in use and confidence that long run; lights out production will not suffer from a broken tool scenario. Our application utilizes proven electronics ideally suited for harsh work environments and top quality chassis materials, constructed in America to exacting standards.
In-Process, Real-time Results
More manufacturers are improving their precision machining by adding in-process automated inspection as the final step in production quality control. Autonetics' turnkey, non-contact gaging technology benefits our clients by providing higher quality results with limited operator interaction. As a result, labor cost is reduced and because the process is automated without compromising production, faster throughput and fewer scrapped parts contribute significantly to increased profitability.
Sophisticated, Non-contact, Measuring Solutions
The commercial aviation and aerospace industry is on the leading edge of fabrication and assembly technology, constantly striving to create new products and improve existing ones. Many improvements, through recent research and development in metrology, are now available to the aerospace products manufacturing industry.
During the past few months Autonetics received several inquiries regarding our control infrastructure and what types of hardware are best suited for certain applications. Currently there are three main control hardware platforms in use; Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), Hybrid PLC and Industrial PC.