Competitive pressure is driving some automakers' quests for manufacturing efficiency and product quality to unheard of levels. General Motors Corp. and Ford Motor Co. both are using hand held precision test devices made by Ultraphonics of North America Inc. in a variety of operating systems to detect leaks, squeaks and other malfunctions that would have a better chance of going unnoticed by human observation. “There are a myriad of uses,” says Miles Ivikoff of Ultraphonics, which is a ...

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