THE MODERN LAB: Assessing the Impact of Integrated Systems


Equipping a prescription lab used to be like ordering from an ala carte menu. Labs might buy a generator from one manufacturer, a polisher and blocker from another, an edger from a third vendor, and then try to tie them together with a software system from yet another supplier. Mix and match was the rule. As a result, labs often produced uneven results. Throughput rates and yields could vary widely within the same lab on a daily or even hourly basis. Learn more about integrated systems in this latest installment of The Modern Lab. Read More.