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New ISO Certifications

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At Test Devices by SCHENCK, we have an unparalleled and proven reputation for innovation and safety. We deliver the world’s most accurate and advanced spin testing services and equipment to clients in various industries, including aerospace, automotive, energy, defense, electric motors, medical, and commercial space. To illustrate our commitment to safety and the environment, we’re […]

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Doing Our Part: Test Devices’ Community Outreach

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Test Devices is a business unit of Schenck USA Corp.; we perform engineering tests, and we also have outsourced production services at our other Hudson location. In early August, we welcomed a group of students from Brockton High School. As a part of their summer program, the students visited Test Devices to learn what we […]


Green Mobility: The Mobility of Tomorrow

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While the COVID pandemic has posed significant challenges worldwide, it also created an opportunity for us to slow down and reflect on vulnerabilities and inefficiencies in many areas of our social and economic structures. One of the concerns is our efforts towards sustainability, especially in regard to transportation. Dramatic reduction in transportation traffic during the […]

How to Eliminate Noise and Vibration From eVTOLs?

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Noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) is a key concern that influences driver and passenger experience in the automotive industry. NVH is a challenging quality to engineer because it is subjective from person to person, as well as the context of the passenger experience. NVH is also an important topic for the aerospace industry. Not only […]

What are the Benefits of Merging With SCHENCK?

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Test Devices by SCHENCK has built a strong reputation in the spin testing business. Since SCHENCK acquired Test Devices in 2017, we have been able to expand our services and improve our capabilities. We provide end-to-end services in spin testing, from one-off engineering testing to high-volume spin test processes for production. By combining our knowledge […]

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Intro to Low-Cycle Fatigue Testing for Electric Motors

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Regarding material and machine components, the term “fatigue” refers to cracking or fracturing in an object caused by stresses that are within its operational envelop, and often within its elastic range. These cracks and fractures grow, and they can eventually lead to a failure of the component and damage or destruction to the greater assembly […]

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How To Avoid Major Causes of Unbalanced Parts?

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Unbalanced components can lead to electrical motor failures that necessitate costly investigation, repairs, or replacement. The easiest way to avoid this is to properly balance the rotor during the manufacturing stage. Unbalance happens when a rotating component’s center of mass, or inertia axis, becomes unaligned with its center of rotation, or geometric axis – It […]


What’s Happening With E-Mobility and E-Propulsion in 2021?

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The effect of global warming is ever more visible today. Industries around the world are ramping up the urgency to deliver sustainable solutions. There is a strong focus in electrification of transportation, and the technological advancements in greener power generation methods and the distribution infrastructures. Evidence of this global shift to sustainability can be seen […]

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A Comprehensive Guide on CNC Machining

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Computer numerical control (CNC) machining has proven itself an ideal method for mass producing metal and plastic parts. Even as other manufacturing methods like 3D printing have gained prominence in recent years, CNC machining has remained one of the most popular choices for a wide variety of fabrication needs. The aerospace sector relies heavily on CNC machining […]

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Why Partner With Test Devices for Your Overspeed Spin Testing Needs?

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Spin testing is a critical step in the manufacture of rotating components. While some original equipment manufacturers (OEM) may have the resources to perform these testing operations in-house, many do not. As such, they have to outsource these operations to a third-party spin testing service provider. Unfortunately, this option increases the potential for tight timelines […]