In-Line Metrology for Electrode Calendering Lines

Electrode calendering is a critical step in the battery manufacturing process to increase density and achieve even thickness prior to cell assembly. The use of the right measurement and control system can be critical to ensure final dimensional accuracy. Join our Espresso Webcast to learn about the key characteristics of in-line metrology systems used for electrode calendering production lines.

About the Presenter

Chuck Blanchette is the Field Marketing Manager for the Flat Sheet Gauging Business, Web Applications, and is responsible for the external support of the product portfolio and training worldwide. He has worked for Thermo Fisher Scientific for over 30 years in various development engineering, product management, and marketing positions and has a wealth of experience in gauging, web applications, manufacturing processes, and instrument and sensor design.

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