A complex system, assembled from several individual parts, always leads the developer to the same conclusion. An assembly is more than just the sum of its individual parts; it is the interplay that is the decisive factor.
For example, too much clearance in a rotating system inevitably causes vibrations that are not only noisy, but also drastically worsen the life time of the bearings and other components. In contrast, excessive press fits lead to impermissible deformations or excessive friction torques.
Especially in the miniature range, fractions of a mµ-metre (1/1000 mm) often determine the correct function of a component. With the appropriate measuring equipment, components can be classified into groups and then assembled with the ideal clearance. In this way, myonic reduces the assembly risks for the customer and helps to cut costs.