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Technical Information

Producing a precision Taber Transducer requires an array of sophisticated machining equipment and clean rooms.  In addition, computer operated test consoles are utilized to check and calibrate each individual transducer to ensure its reliability and accuracy in the critical applications for which it is intended.  Testing is an integral part of the manufacturing process and is used to confirm the transducer will perform as expected within the working environment (e.g. shock and vibration, temperature extremes, etc.).

Transducer Manufacturing 

  • NASA 8739.3 Certified Technicians
  • Class 100 Laminar Flow Bonding Booths
  • Temperature & Humidity Controlled Solder Stations
  • ESD Control Program
  • Stereoscopic Microscope Stations
  • 200x Video Microscope with 20" Monitor
  • NIST-Traceable Calibrated equipment

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